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which protocol does a web server use when transmissions are encrypted for security?
HTTP is the communication protocol for establishing a connection with a Web server and transmitting HTML pages to the client browser or any other files required by an HTTP client application. HTTP is often referred to as a "stateless" protocol. [ The connection is maintained between client and server only for the immediate request, after which the connection is subsequently closed. Each time
you need something from the Server, your client (browser) makes a connection, gets that file, and then the connection is closed. Since you do not connect and stay connected, the browser remembers your username and password for you, so it can send the authentication hash along with every new connection request. ]
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