A Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate is a form of Web authentication used to validate website security and provide identity protection to website users. SSL certificates are issued by a certification authority (CA).
Web browsers provide viewable SSL certificate information near the browser search bar. SSL validation is represented by a locked padlock icon and https prefix.
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