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HTTPS — Can You Explain How It Works?

Detailed explain of how HTTPS works

As the cost of HTTPS website construction has dropped, most websites have now begun to use the HTTPS protocol. You all know that HTTPS is more secure than HTTP, and you have also heard that concepts related to the HTTPS protocol include SSL, asymmetric encryption, CA certificates, etc., but can you answer the following three questions:

  • Why is HTTPS safe?
  • How is the underlying principle of HTTPS implemented?
  • Is it safe to use HTTPS?

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