Encryption is an obscure but critical part of everyday life. That padlock in the address bar of the website you’re visiting represents the ‘s’ after ‘http’ — which stands for the latest version of Transport Layer Security. Together with Secure Sockets Layer, which TLS replaced, these digital security technologies allow encrypted communication between two parties, such as web sites or servers, and web browsers.
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