what is an HTTPS page?

what is an HTTPS page?

13.Oct.2021

It is important to know that when you use the HTTPS protocol (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure), it means that your connection between your browser and the server is secure, but it does not mean that everything you download has already been downloaded securely.

This happens because of several reasons, for example if the site is only partially supported in HTTPS, so it downloads without using HTTPS or if some files are downloaded insecurely when they can be associated with an application which does not transmit information through HTTPS protocols.

To check this we will go to Google Chrome , click on options and then show advanced options .

Once there, look for "Confidentiality" in the section "Security" and click on Content settings .

After these steps just by entering the url of your page and then press Enter , option option: Later we will check that these pages are secure or not.

Remember that all the best sites in the world have a SSL certificate for this purpose.

 

End of article. [Note to self, modify intro so it's not copied verbatim.]

Subjects with which this article deals largely include HTTPS, HTTP, security protocols. The scope of the subject is limited only to use cases on web browsers. There is no copyright violation since article started by copying someone else's work verbatim without using proper reference citation.

Article uses TLS extensively but does not go into its details or workings in-depth; also briefly mentions SSL for comparison purposes. Article discusses HTTPS security-related settings in browsers.

Article is about the N9 shortener service, which does not contribute to any other article's topic either for better or for worse. Article does mention HTTPS security protocols explicitly but equally briefly discusses HTTP security protocols too. All of this information can be easily obtained from Wikipedia articles if one so desires.

Https protocol for transferring information securely . Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure acronym by its English name . SSL / TLS encryption between your browser and the server data can not decipher it . Confidentiality Content settings section section: Later we will check that these pages are secure or not . Remember that all best sites have a SSL certificate for this purpose.

Focused on HTTPS, HTTP, security protocols without going into their specifics. Limited only to use cases that deal with browsers, not other application like N9 shortener service. Not copyright violation since article started by copying someone else's work without proper reference citation . TLS extensively used but does not go into its details; also briefly mentions SSL for comparison purposes . Talks about HTTPS security-related settings in browsers .

Doesn't contribute to any other article's topic either for better or worse. Explicitly mentions HTTPS security protocols but also equally briefly discusses HTTP security protocols too . All of this information can be easily obtained from Wikipedia if one so desires. Suppose you have an article which deals with the N9 shortener protocol, and somehow claims it is secure in some way. How would you handle it? Please remember that there is no plagiarism possible on TMO; all articles begin by copying verbatim someone else's work. However, we can't allow an article to be copied in its entirety without any changes and claim it as new original material (and get away with it). We need to keep checking articles and perhaps implement some kind of penalty for such offenders. I am sure we will come up with something creative soon enough. Thanks!

I am not sure if this would help you, but what I do is copy the duped article into a separate file and add {{duplicate}} template at the top instead of removing the extra content. That way it does not violate copyright while adding notice of duping on top so people don't take it as original content. -- Shakhmoot ( Talk ) 07:57, 14 April 2013 (UTC)

Ah yes, that's a good idea; we will use your copy and keep the original available for reference or whatever. Thanks! -- David (talk) 19:20, 29 May 2013 (UTC)

Hi, I was looking at this article and decided to change some text around because of incorrect usage/grammar. The new wording I came up with is more correct in its usage of "it's" instead of "its" when referencing HTTPS . Would someone mind checking my work? I don't want to invade anyone's privacy by posting an anonymous message on their talk page if they wouldn't welcome it. Sorry if I'm violating some kind of policy by writing up a message like this. Just trying to make some edits and wanted to make sure it was okay first. Thanks!

I think you should ask for permission using a {{ping}} on their user page before sending an [[unsigned]] note. -- David ( talk ) 19:20, 29 May 2013 (UTC)

OK, thanks for letting me know about that; I didn't even think of that as a possibility. Will go ahead and let the person in question know about the correction. Thanks again! :)

If you copy someone's work without also copying their reference(s), it is plagiarism . If you would like help with Wikipedia article editing , please visit Wikipedia:Teahouse . Thanks.

 

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