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Why This Web Site Is NOT Secure

Copyright © 2017 by David E. Ross

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There is a growing movement to have all Web sites secure. That means all Web addresses begin with https instead of http. It also means that all Web sites rely on Transport Layer Security (TLS), a protocol for secure Internet communication. TLS relies on site certificates that provide authenticated connections between servers and web browsers and secure communications between them.

My Web site, however, is not secure for several reasons.

28 April 2017

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