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sam liyanage
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Joined: Nov 25, 2008
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what is the different between this two thing?
can anyone explaing with examples?
Eduardo Bueno
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HTTPS is secure. The data exchanged between you and the server is encrypted; if intercepted, no one will be able to understand it. But beware: HTTPS doesn't protect ports; if the server/client has security lacks, the data may be endangered by it. Think of HTTPS as the "security van".
 
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