SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a protocol that creates an encrypted connection between the browser and server or website. It encrypts data during transit and can only be decrypted by the server with the correct key. Any website that collects personal information and sensitive data should have an SSL certificate enabled. This safeguards users against hackers who could potentially misuse their details to steal money or access sensitive data.
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