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SSL / TLS is a protocol that provides secure data transfer. If supported by two endpoints of the connection, almost any other protocol can be transmitted via SSL.

An important feature of SSL is its signature. The keys can be signed and authenticated. Software vendors (such as browsers) embed embedded browsers into a list of the signatories they recognize, which are automatically accepted by the software. In other cases, the software will ask you to accept the key.

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