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I think he's referring to the HTTPS protocol.I think that you have to buy a certificate or something like that to use it on your server.It means that information sent is encrypted so that it can't be seen and used by third parties.

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I think he's referring to the HTTPS protocol.I think that you have to buy a certificate or something like that to use it on your server.It means that information sent is encrypted so that it can't be seen and used by third parties.
You're right, I got confused between the two. is there any special coding for a https page? or is it like I am immagining, just a secure folder that you put your files in?
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You're right, I got confused between the two. is there any special coding for a https page? or is it like I am immagining, just a secure folder that you put your files in?
I really don't know much about it. But I think you have to configure your server to send and receive encrypted information. It's not something you can program in PHP or any other web language.
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In IIS you can specify that a certain directory requires a connection over SSL, you have to load the details about your SSL certificate into IIS first. Typically you can access any resource over HTTPS, but you can also set it up so that a certain directory requires it. Your server just needs to have a certificate installed. I've never set it up with Apache.

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