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Do you Know the difference between HTTP or HTTPs ?



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samdicousta
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Do you Know the difference between HTTP or HTTPs ?  Reply with quote  

Hey,
I have heared about term HTTPs .how it is different from HTTP and 's' for what?can anybody able explain it.


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Hey,
I have heared about term HTTPs .how it is different from HTTP and 's' for what?can anybody able explain it.



Hypertext Transfer Protocol (http) is a system for transmitting and receiving information across the Internet. Http serves as a request and response procedure that all agents on the Internet follow so that information can be rapidly, easily, and accurately disseminated between servers, which hold information, and clients, who are trying to access it. Http is commonly used to access html pages, but other resources can be utilized as well through http. In many cases, clients may be exchanging confidential information with a server, which needs to be secured in order to prevent unauthorized access. For this reason, https, or secure http, was developed by Netscape corporation to allow authorization and secured transactions.

In many ways, https is identical to http, because it follows the same basic protocols. The http or https client, such as a Web browser, establishes a connection to a server on a standard port. When a server receives a request, it returns a status and a message, which may contain the requested information or indicate an error if part of the process malfunctioned. Both systems use the same Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) scheme, so that resources can be universally identified. Use of https in a URI scheme rather than http indicates that an encrypted connection is desired.

There are some primary differences between http and https, however, beginning with the default port, which is 80 for http and 443 for https. Https works by transmitting normal http interactions through an encrypted system, so that in theory, the information cannot be accessed by any party other than the client and end server. There are two common types of encryption layers: Transport Layer Security (TLS) and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), both of which encode the data records being exchanged.

When using an https connection, the server responds to the initial connection by offering a list of encryption methods it supports. In response, the client selects a connection method, and the client and server exchange certificates to authenticate their identities. After this is done, both parties exchange the encrypted information after ensuring that both are using the same key, and the connection is closed. In order to host https connections, a server must have a public key certificate, which embeds key information with a verification of the key owner's identity. Most certificates are verified by a third party so that clients are assured that the key is secure.

Https is used in many situations, such as log-in pages for banking, forms, corporate log ons, and other applications in which data needs to be secure. However, if not implemented properly, https is not infallible, and therefore it is extremely important for end users to be wary about accepting questionable certificates and cautious with their personal information while using the Internet.

source : wisegeek.com
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https is used for secure pages, typically pages with personal or confidential information. Restrict these pages to a minimum on your site as they require log in. Anything that people can look at without parting with their personal information should be in http. Asking for personal information too early, just for looking, is unnecessary and can put many visitors off your site.
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HTTPs is used for secure pages and mainly used for payments pages where u have to reveal any personal information like Credit card No. so it is mainly used for transaction.....
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This is really very informative post. before reading this post i don't know about HTTPs but now i know about something.
thanks for the information....

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darylnelson
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HTTPS using secure pages and is mainly used for the site of payments for which u have to reveal personal information such as credit card numbers Well, it's mainly used for trade .....


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charlette
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Hi,

HTTPs notifies that the site is safe to use there is no security concern while opening the site.

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https is more secure & safe that http.
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