The implication of SSL is ‘Secure Sockets Layer’. SSL is the process of encrypting data during server and receiver communication. The most common use is to encrypt the communication between the server and the internet browser during data exchange on the web site. SSL consists of a standard algorithm. Many websites use SSL technology for secure data communication. SSL operation requires a key on the server side and a certificate on the recipient side to work.
- Provides security and confidentiality during encoding and decryption of incoming data
- It guarantees that the sender of the data and the data field are the right places.
- Makes it easy to create document archives.
- Verify date and time of documents transmitted
They are the institutions that issue and manage digital certificates. Digital certificates are signed with the secret key of these institutions. Companies providing SSL support in Turkey are represented by companies abroad. Therefore, identity verification needs to be done abroad or abroad over the form of the company. SSL certifications support and work seamlessly on all internet browsers
How does it work?
SSL is based on a coding method based on the use of keys called Public Key / Private Key. There are two keys for SSL encryption. These switches are software encoded in digital media. If a key is locked, only the other key can be opened. Once you’ve created your keys (SSL is doing this by default, you do not need to do anything), you will still have a private key. The other key (public key) is sent to the person you want to contact.
The person who wants to communicate with you from the outside will send you the message safely using the public key. Even if the data is accessed during the transfer before the data arrives, you will still need a private key to unlock it. According to the SSL protocol, 40 bit or 128 bit encryption is used. The decoding of this complexity will take a lot of time with advanced techniques.
Briefly, SSL allows data exchanging computers to transfer data securely between only the data exchanging computer, preventing anybody from interfering with the database.