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What can an additional "S" do for your website? You have no idea.

Posted In: Domain Name Strategy , Domain Security , Domaining , International Marketing Strategy , Marketing , SSL Certificates , Strategy , The 101 Cafe HTTP vs HTTPS: What’s the difference for your brand? by Shani Yehezkel | Tuesday, November 29, 2016 Raise your hand if you have ever been personally victimized by a non-secure website. HTTP vs HTTPS HTTP is what most of us are used to absentmindedly typing into our web browser but that we never really stopped to think much about. Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is a protocol where data is sent between your browser and the website you are on. The difference between HTTP and HTTPS is the “S” for secure, which means the connection between your browser and the website is encrypted. HTTPS has become a necessity for E-Commerce and Banking websites who have a duty to protect their customer’s highly confidential information u...

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