John Blackbourn: An Explanation of HTTPS for the Inexperienced

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October 11, 2019

What is HTTPS? Why should I care?

That little green padlock next to a website address is very important. It indicates that your communication with that website is using HTTPS, a communication protocol that secures everything that you do online.

If you’re an end user, a developer, a business person, or indeed anybody who uses the Internet, this talk will introduce you to HTTPS from the very basics such as how computers communicate over the Internet, to how it affects your business, your clients, and your personal life.

This is a technical explanation that will suit anyone from the non-technical to experienced developers.

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WordCamp Milano 2017 18

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John Blackbourn 22

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HTTPS 15

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English 8281

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