Thursday, August 18, 2016

How to Disable WPAD on Your PC So Your HTTPS Traffic Won't Be Vulnerable to the Latest SSL Attack [feedly]



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How to Disable WPAD on Your PC So Your HTTPS Traffic Won't Be Vulnerable to the Latest SSL Attack
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You may not know what HTTP is exactly, but you definitely know that every single website you visit starts with it. Without the Hypertext Transfer Protocol, there'd be no easy way to view all the text, media, and data that you're able to see online. However, all communication between your browser and a website are unencrypted, which means it can be eavesdropped on. Don't Miss: The Difference Between HTTP & HTTPS This is where HTTPS comes in, the "S" standing for "Secure." It's an encrypted way to communicate between browser and website so that your data stays safe. While it was used mostly... more


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