Results for: Ssl

In Computer Programming

What is ssl?

SSL is one of the most secure methods of transferring data across the internet. Things like credit card detail, payment details, emails, usernames, passwords and all other kin (MORE)
In Internet

What does SSL stand for?

Secure Sockets Layer For more information on SSL and SSL certificates take a look at the Graphics Online article added as a related link.
In Computer Networking

How does SSL work?

SSL works by making sure processing transactions on line are secure by using different encryption/decryption programs.
In Uncategorized

What is ssl error ssl disabled?

That is when you dont have the web site certificate. If you trust that site, click proceed or continue to this website.
In Computer Networking

What is SSL protocol?

The Secure Socket Layer (SSL) is a security protocol deployed onnetworks. The network can be an internal network or the internetover which two computers are communicating.
In Internet Security and Privacy

What is an SSL certificate?

SSL, an abbreviation of 'Secure Sockets Layer' is a data encryption technology created by Netscape Communications in the mid 90's that has been adopted as the leading prot (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is the ssl?

SSL is an acronym for Secure Sockets Layer, a global standard security technology developed by Netscape in 1994. It creates an encrypted link between a web server and a web (MORE)
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What is ssl error?

SSL CONNECTION ERROR TYPES This connection is Untrusted Your connection is not private The sites security certificate is not trusted SSL Connection Error and SSL Protocol Erro (MORE)
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What is open SSL?

Open SSL is a Linux based application made to create SSLcertificates on your server. Once you have create an SSL, you mayeither use it as a Self-Signed SSL meaning that the SS (MORE)
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What is an SSL protocol?

SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. SSL protocol connects your computer to secure servers on the internet. SSL protocol is used on websites that require secure connections su (MORE)