HTTPS Explained

HTTPS stands for HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure. It is a method used for the secure transfer of data over the Internet.

HTTPS authenticates the identity, connection and data integrity of a website and encrypts all information exchanged between the website and its users. HTTPS protects the data from unauthorized access, manipulation, and misuse.

HTTPS-protected connections are displayed with https:// in the address bar of the web browser.