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    How https certificate works?
    After the secure connection is made, the session key is used to encrypt all transmitted data. Browser connects to a web server (website) secured with SSL (https). ... If the browser trusts the certificate, it creates, encrypts, and sends back a symmetric session key using the server's public key.

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    After secure connection is made, the session key is used to encrypt all the data which is being transmitted.Thus, the browser trust the certificates and then create, encrypts and sends out back a symmetric session key using the public key.These are basically responsible for securing communication and suing the certificate both on the server and the browser just to authenticate that server.

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    You can use SSL certificate with any site, no issue. Site and data on it become the secured due to the SSL service. When there is communication between the web hosting server and your website, for example, contact form that time, the data is used pass safely that is is encrypted form on the server due to SSL.

    So there will be no in-between data hack due to SSL certificate. It provides the assurity to the user who is accessing it that the site is safe to access so visitors access it without any hassle. SSL used to provide the green padlock in the web browser which ensures that the site is safe to access.

    So it's always recommended that you should have the SSL certificate on your websit
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    SSL Works as layer between server and client browser whereas it encrypt data processing which help to improve the security and prevent website been attack by middle man. All the best

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    After those secure association may be made, the session fact that used to scramble the greater part transmitted information. Program associate with An web server (website) secured with SSL (https). Program solicitations that those server distinguish itself. Server sends a duplicate for its SSL Certificate, including those server's open way.

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    Thanks For Your Information.

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    The Secure Socket Layer, SSL for short, is a protocol by which enables services that communicate over the Internet to do so securely.

    SSL has recently been replaced by TLS (Transport Layer Security). TLS is newer and more secure than SSL (See TLS vs SSL: What is the difference?); however, from a lay-person’s perspective of “how does it work,” they are functionally the same. We use the term “SSL” to refer to both TLS and SSL in this article for simplicity.

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    SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. It’s a protocol used to encrypt and authenticate the data sent between an application (like your browser) and a web server. This leads to a more secure web for both you and the visitors to your website. SSL is closely tied to another acronym – TLS. TLS, short for Transport Layer Security, is the successor and more up-to-date version of the original SSL protocol.

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    When a web browser visits a website it first checks to see if there is an SSL/TLS certificate associated with it. Provided there is, the two begin what is referred to as the SSL handshake.


    During the SSL handshake the browser checks the validity of the SSL Certificate and makes sure that the website is authenticated properly.

    All SSL certificates have an associated public key and private key. These keys separately handle encryption and decryption. They are used during the SSL handshake to communicate securely.


    After the client confirms the certificate is valid, the client and the website's server create a "session key," which is a third key that is used for the remainder of the secure connection. This is a "symmetric" key, which is a more efficient form of encryption that makes communication over SSL faster.


    At the end of the handshake, which typically takes a few hundred milliseconds, a secure connection is established and the client and server can then communicate safely across the internet, no matter where they are.

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    The client uses the server's public key to encrypt the symmetric key and send it securely to the server, and the server uses its private key to decrypt it. Anyone can encrypt using the public key, but only the server can decrypt using the private key.

    After the secure connection is made, the session key is used to encrypt all transmitted data. The browser connects to a web server (website) secured with SSL (https). ... Server sends a copy of its SSL Certificate, including the server's public key.

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