SSL Stripping

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What is SSL Stripping? - SSL Stripping, aka SSL Downgrade attacks, are attacks that circumvent the security enforced by a SSL/TLS certificate on HTTPS enabled website. Attackers will use an SSL stripping attack to downgrade a user's HTTPS connection to an HTTP connection thus allowing them to eavesdrop and manipulate their data.

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