Question by  ellsworth26 (1)

Why is my internet browser making me use https before each address?

If I just go to my browser and put in, say, "facebook. com" it will not work. I have to put https://.


Answer by  senthilkumar (299)

http:Hyper Text Transaction Protocol,it is used before every web address because of this we can easily find out the details which we deserves from the web or internet.


Answer by  Sabharish (1610)

Usually the browser uses https or http by itself but not possible in older versions. S in https stands for secure. That is your browser allows only secure connection alone.


Answer by  Jimmy72 (17)

https is a protocol which uses secure socket layer (SSL). The site which uses SSL usually starts with https. If a site has been protected with secure socket layer then the transmission of data between the browser and the server is encrypted. This is required usually when the user name and password is sent to the web server.

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