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What is SSL? What Does It Do?

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a security protocol that secures data transmission over the internet. Its main purpose is to ensure encryption and secure transmission of data transmitted between websites and users. The functions of SSL are:

Data Encryption: SSL provides encryption of data transmitted between websites and users. This makes it difficult for third parties to access or steal data. Sensitive data such as users' personal information, passwords, credit card numbers are encrypted using SSL.

Data Integrity: SSL ensures that data is not altered during data transmission. Encrypted data is subject to integrity verification, which checks for any changes during transmission.

Authentication: SSL has the ability to authenticate websites. SSL certificates are documents that verify the identity of the website and show that it is trustworthy. This allows users to make sure they are communicating with a real website.

Indicator of Trust: Websites that use SSL are shown with a green lock icon as a symbol of security in browsers or "Secure" in the address bar. These visual cues provide an indication that users are safe.

SEO Impact: Google and other search engines pay attention to the security of their websites. Sites that use SSL tend to show priority in search results. This is why SSL plays an important role in SEO (Search Engine Optimization) strategies.

E-Commerce and Data Communication: Especially for e-commerce sites, SSL enables customers to securely transmit sensitive data such as credit card information. This builds trust and encourages customers to shop on your site.

SSL is vital for the security of internet users and websites. Keeping personal information and sensitive data safe, in particular, requires the use of SSL to provide a secure internet experience.

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What is SSL? What Does It Do?