In contrast to HTTPS, an unsecured HTTP site does not encrypt your data as it passes from your browser to the website’s server. It does not have SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption—which changes your communication into random characters to keep it hidden from outsiders—making it easier for cybercriminals to access user data.

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