HTTP has evolved and improved through the years, but one thing about it hasn’t changed – the fact that all of the traffic sent on an HTTP connection is unencrypted.
Encrypted HTTP is known as HTTPS, and it involves the addition of SSL/TLS encryption to the HTTP protocol. In order for your site to handle encrypted connections, you need to install and configure an SSL certificate.
Gone are the days when running an HTTPS server was difficult, time-consuming or too CPU-intensive for a server; today’s computers are more than powerful enough to handle HTTPS traffic.
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