SSL, or Secure Sockets Layer, is a type of encryption that keeps social security numbers or credit card numbers secure from hackers. You know a website is protected with an SSL if the address contains https as opposed to http. Never enter any personal information into a website that is not encrypted.
Cybersecurity Tip by Kris Silva from Liquid Web.
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