What is SSL? - Secure Socket Layers (SSL) is a cryptographic protocol that provides privacy and integrity of data between two applications. SSL was designed as a security enhancement for the standard TCP/IP protocol used for communicating over the internet. SSL was preceded by TLS in 1999.

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