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Google HTTPS/SSL update:

1) Identity authentication : Server verifies the client's authentication by verifying the SSL certificate.

2) Privacy : All information during transit between browser and server kept private using 256-bit encryption.

3) Data integrity : HTTP/SSL ensures visitors that sending/receive message between web browser and server cannot be altered by others.

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HTTPS stands for “Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure”, most commonly known as HTTP over SSL, or Secure Sockets Layer, which is standard security technology. ... When visitors see lock icon and 'https://' instead of http before host-name in the web address, they will ensure that their sensitive data is being protected.

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The HTTPS/SSL update refers to the process of transferring websites from the non-secure ‘HTTP’ protocol to the secure ‘HTTPS’ protocol. This migration is performed by installing an SSL Certificate on a website server.

The HTTPS/SSL update became a crucial movement thanks to Google’s ‘HTTPS Everywhere’ initiative which started in 2014. Since then, Google encourages website owners to make their sites more secure by installing SSL Certificates and adopting HTTPS.

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HTTPS stands for "Hypertext Transfer Protocol Security" and is most commonly referred to as HTTP or Secure Sockets Layer over SSL, which is standard security technology. You can move the website from HTTP to an HTTPS address by installing an SSL certificate.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is an encryption protocol that creates a secure channel for communication between the client (your computer) and the server.
 

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Google HTTPS/SSL update:

Google has started to give HTTPS as a ranking signal and HTTPS/SSL enabled secure site provides following benefits:

1) Identity authentication : Server verifies the client's authentication by verifying the SSL certificate.

2) Privacy : All information during transit between browser and server kept private using 256-bit encryption.

3) Data integrity : HTTP/SSL ensures visitors that sending/receive message between web browser and server cannot be altered by others.

Google Chrome 56 has started to mark HTTP sites as ‘Not Secure’ in 2017.

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