What is TLS?

TLS

Transport Layer Security (TLS) is designed to provide privacy and data integrity for communicating applications.

The cryptographic protocol, which secures communications over a computer network, is an evolution of Netscape’s Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol.

TLS secures communications between servers and web browsers. This means that sensitive information such as credit card numbers and passwords can be sent to the server without fear of interception.

How does TLS work?

Name of Technology:

Transport Layer Security (TLS)

Year Introduced:

1999

Invented by :

Internet Engineering Task Force

Open Source or Proprietary:

Open Source

Main technology category:

Cyber Security

Patent:

Yes

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