What You Need to Know About HTTP?


 What You Need to Know About HTTP?
HTTP is known as Hyper Text Transfer Protocol and it is use for digital document transfer of a hyperlink on a World Wide Webs (WWW). There is need to know the difference between Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secured (HTTPS). Many of us do not aware of this differences but it worth to know so you will know the kind of information we need to entering when next we are on the webs.


Many of us don't aware that whenever you surfing the internet, there are spyer who see all your information and eavesdrop all the conversation on your computer when you are on the webs.

The difference between them is that one with HTTP:// is unsecured and the other ends with "S" which stand for "Secure as usually begins as HTTPS://.

If you visit any website or webpage and you usually see following begin as HTTP// at the address bar of your browser, this means that the website is talking to your browser using the regular 'unsecured' language. In other words, it is possible for someone to spy all your information and "eavesdrop" on your computer's conversation with the website. If you fill out a form on the website, someone might see the information you send to that site. If you enter your Credit Cards information and other vital private information you are not secure.

On contrary, if you are on the website and you discover that HTTPS:// means Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secured usually appear on your browser address begins as this HTTPS:// that basically mean your computer is talking to the website in a secure code that no one can eavesdrop your conversation and whatever you do in all your information is very secured.

This is the reason we need to be observant when surfing the Internet not to never enter sensitive information. Have you not ever surfing the website and suddenly discovered pop-up message come up telling you that this site is not verified or not secured? Well, severally I have see but you should look at your address bar on your web browser to know if the website your are into has a secure code before entering any valuable information on the webs.

Hope you understand right now reason this is so important for you to know the differennces. Good!

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