What is HTTPS? Hypertext transfer protocol secure (HTTPS) is the secure version of HTTP, which is the primary protocol used to send data between a web browser and a website. HTTPS is encrypted in order to increase security of data transfer. This is particularly important when users transmit sensitive data, such as by logging into a bank account, email service, or health insurance provider. How does HTTPS work? HTTPS uses an encryption protocol to encrypt communications. The protocol is called Transport Layer Security (TLS), although formerly it was known as Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). This protocol secures communications by using what’s known as an asymmetric public key infrastructure. This type of security system uses two different keys to encrypt communications between two parties: The private key - this key is controlled by the owner of a website and it’s kept, as the reader may have speculated, private. This key lives on a web server and is used to decrypt information encrypted by

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Introduction My name is Deepak Kumar. I am a skilled Salesforce Architect with over 10 years of experience with a specialization in designing and implementing applications on the platform. I enjoy resolving complex problems in a fast-paced environment and am committed to helping companies simplify their business and IT processes. I am (16X) Certified Salesforce Application & System Architect. Engaged on more than 21 Salesforce implementations at over 9 different clients. I am enthusiastic about learning new technologies.  Why am I starting to blog ? I am on the journey to CTA. As I begin to prepare for my CTA journey, I will be brushing up on several areas while also learning many new ones. So, the purpose of my blog is to share my Salesforce expertise. It will also help me obtain greater clarity on the subject because writing the blogs would require much research and learning.