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The Facts of Website Security indicator - SSL Padlock

What's behind the HTTPS & SECURE https://www.urdon PADLOCK? Providing an SSL certificate to an organization before the secure session request The client requesting for SSL certificate generates public as well as private key and sends the public key to the CA. step There on, CA verifies the client's legal documents. step CA reviews the integrity of the client through several online resources. step MERCHANT CA validates that whether the client is having the private key. step CA examines the client's public key. step After approval, if CA receives the payment then it signs the certificate and public key. step ONE While you visit any website, the browser checks the certificate of the website and assures that the certificate is signed by CA itself. I WO Browser finds that the certificate was issued for that particular website only, and was signed by CA itself. THREE The browser checks that the whether the certificate is expired or not. FOUR If the certificate is not error free, the browser will give warning to the user regarding the insecure connection. If the certificate is valid and is not containing any error, then the browser will establish a secure connection. Browser shows a green padlock and "https" before the address of the website and hence one can move on with transaction process. https Other processes 1. The client needs to install the certificate in their web servers/websites. 2. The CA (Certificate Authority) exercises tight security measures to prevent any type of cyber crime. V Limited access given in physical data center in order to prevent the data from being tampered. V Use of tough cyber security domains like: - firewalls, intrusion detection, etc. to secure the keys. Whenever you visit a site which is not having any certificate installed in it, you should not trust the legitimacy of the identity of that site. Also any data (credit card details, passwords, etc.) given to that will not be protected at all. If you are visiting a site which is having certificate but the browser is showing an error message then you should confirm the security of the transactions carried out on that website before proceeding ahead. There could be a problem with the security of the site, it might be hacked or faked by some intruder. Be Secured. Be Safe.

The Facts of Website Security indicator - SSL Padlock

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This Infographic will help you to know facts or real identification of website security indicator or SSL Padlock. Learn about how web browser confirms the relevancy of Secure Socket Layer certificate ...




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