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The HTTPS protocol
HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure) is an Internet communication protocol that protects the integrity and confidentiality of data when transferring information between the user's computer and the website. Internet users expect a secure and confidential online experience when they visit a website. We encourage you to adopt the HTTPS protocol to allow users to visit your website safely, regardless of its content. Google Support
Data sent using the HTTPS protocol is secured via the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol, which offers three key levels of protection:Encryption
: Encrypts the data exchanged to protect it from malicious interception. This means that when a user browses a website, no one can «listen» to his conversations, track his activities on various pages, or steal his information.Data Integrity
: Information can not be altered or corrupted during transfer, whether deliberately or otherwise, without being detected.Authentication
: Proves that people are communicating with the right website. This method protects against the attacks of potential interceptors and creates a climate of trust for the Net surfer that results in other spin-offs for your activity.
HTTPS via CookieSecure
CookieSecure offers a secure version of its services thanks to the Https protocol which guarantees the use of its script. If you choose to use an unsecured version (Http) of the consent and cookie declaration banner, CookieSecure can not guarantee the possible malicious exploitation of its script by a third party. That's why we urge all our customers to use the Https protocol for both their website and CookieSecure's cookie banner service.
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