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If you use Google Chrome browser you can force the browser to use https secure transfer protocol when you visit a website if that website disposes of a valid certificate.

To activate this option you must go to Google Chrome Settings -> Privacy and Security -> Security -> Turn on Always use secure connections

You will see a padlock in front of the website address in the browser address bar if the website use https.

You can find additional information at: https://support.google.com/chrome

If you don't have Google Chrome installed, you can download it from here: https://www.google.com/chrome/

HTTPS stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure. It is a secure version of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), the underlying communication protocol used by the World Wide Web. HTTPS encrypts all communications between a web browser and a website, preventing third parties from eavesdropping or tampering with the data.

HTTPS uses Transport Layer Security (TLS) or, formerly, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to encrypt communications. TLS/SSL is a cryptographic protocol that creates a secure connection between two devices over a network. The encryption ensures that the data cannot be read or modified by anyone who is not authorized to do so.

HTTPS is used by many websites, especially those that collect sensitive information from users, such as credit card numbers, passwords, and medical records. It is also becoming increasingly common for websites to use HTTPS even for non-sensitive information, such as news articles and blog posts.

There are several benefits to using HTTPS:

It protects user privacy by preventing third parties from eavesdropping on communications.
It protects user data from being modified or stolen by malicious actors.
It helps to build trust between users and websites.
It can improve SEO rankings for websites.
If you are visiting a website that handles sensitive information, such as your credit card number or password, it is important to make sure that the website is using HTTPS. You can check for HTTPS by looking for the padlock icon in the address bar of your web browser.


Here are some of the advantages of using HTTPS:

Increased security: HTTPS encrypts all communications between a web browser and a website, preventing third parties from eavesdropping or tampering with the data. This makes it a much more secure way to transmit sensitive information, such as credit card numbers and passwords.
Improved SEO rankings: Google and other search engines now give preference to websites that use HTTPS. This means that websites that use HTTPS are more likely to appear higher in search results pages.
Increased trust: HTTPS helps to build trust between users and websites. When users see that a website is using HTTPS, they are more likely to believe that the website is legitimate and that their data is safe.