HTTP or HTTPS? Why You Need a Secure Site

Having a secure site offers plenty of benefits for SEO. Here are the top reasons why you should switch from HTTP to HTTPS.

How to Know if a Website is Secure? Experts Answer!

There was a time when that green little padlock in your browser basically meant you were surfing on a safe website. However, all that HTTPS means is that the connection is secure, not that that the site itself would be. These cyber security experts are here to destroy that old myth, and share some other tips regarding safe browsing.

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0:00 Why green padlock icon is not enough anymore
0:42 HTTPS vs HTTP connection
1:10 How to spot a fake website

“The rapid expansion of HTTPS on websites is another one and the little green padlock in the browser has never been more prevalent than it is today. We now have around 20% of the world’s top 1 million websites serving their traffic over encrypted connections and that ranges from banks to news sites to adult entertainment. However, it’s here that we begin to see the cracks in the protection that encryption provides us.”

“Online skimmers target ecommerce sites exclusively. Pushed by a group of criminals—or a group of groups of criminals—called Magecart, digital skimmers use a simple, usually obfuscated JavaScript steals credit card information as an online shopper tries to complete a purchase. Click “Check Out” and your data will be sent to the attacker’s command-and-control server.”

“How can you know if a website is secure? In the olden days of the internet—the ancient early 2010s—the common answer to this question was pretty simple: look for the little lock in the browser bar indicating the site has a security certificate. But times have changed.”

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Why Is My Website Not Secure? What Does The “Not Secure” Browser Warning Mean?

It can be a little scary if the “Not Secure’ warning shows up on YOUR website in Google Chrome and other browsers. What does the warning mean? Why is your website not secure and how vulnerable are you? I answer some of these questions in this 3 minute tip video.

To get deeper into the issue and learn how you can fix the issue to add HTTPS SSL security to your website and remove the “Not Secure” warning, make sure to check out the other videos below:

Adding HTTPS to a WordPress Website

WEask Q3 – Free VS Paid SSL Certificates.


HTTP vs. HTTPS: How SSL/TLS Encryption Works

In this video, you’ll learn everything you need to know about HTTP vs. HTTPs.

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HTTP stands for hypertext transfer protocol. It is a method to fetch resources such as HTML documents and images.

HTTPS is HTTP but with security features. You can tell whether a website uses an HTTPS protocol by looking for a lock icon next to the web address. HTTPS is essential for keeping web users safe, and Google is using it as one of the ranking signals.

Watch the video to learn how HTTP and HTTPS work in a nutshell.

There are three different types of certificates you can get. The Domain Validation certificate or DV provides entry-level security and is easy to get.

Watch the video to learn where you can get this type of certificate for your website.

You may encounter some common HTTPS issues, especially if you started your website with HTTP and transferred it to HTTPS later.

There are many ways to check for HTTPS issues. Learn how to check and handle them in this video.


0:00 Intro
0:21 Definition of HTTP and HTTPS
2:58 Two cryptographic protocols HTTP is using
4:25 How to get an SSL certificate
6:05 How to check and fix HTTPS issues

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http vs https | How SSL (TLS) encryption works in networking ? (2021)

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In this next video tutorial in our networking and infra concepts series we will learn about http vs https protocol.

Http (Hyper text transfer protocol) is a OSI layer 7 (application layer) protocol which helps client browser communicate with the web server. Https on the other hand is “http over tls/ssl” which means it has a layer of security powered by TLS (Transport layer security) or SSL (Secure Socket Layer).

We will learn how HTTP and HTTPS are different from each other. Also how ssl tls encryption secure communication while using https protocol.

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2. What is SSL or TLS protocol ?
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By the end of this video, you will have a fair understanding of what is http, what is https and hot these two differ from each other. Also how SSL or TLS makes HTTPS protocol more secure with the help of encryption.


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