There is a common misconception that if someone adds SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) to their blog site or company website then it will protect them from cyber crimes. SSL only protects the data of the client who uses the website. Other than providing protection for website visitors’ data, SSL does not in fact make a website secure.

To understand why, let’s unpack what SSL is and how it impacts your websites’ security.

What is SSL?

Continue reading SSL Within the Context of Website Security at Sucuri Blog.

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