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  Https - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
URL indicates that HTTP is to be used, but with a different default port and an additional encryption/authentication layer between HTTP and TCP.
Strictly speaking, https is not a separate protocol, but refers to the combination of a normal HTTP interaction over an encrypted secure socket layer (SSL) or transport layer security (TLS) transport mechanism.
To prepare a web-server for accepting https connections the administrator must create a public key certificate for the web-server.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/HTTPS   (671 words)

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Current practice is to layer HTTP over SSL (the predecessor to TLS), distinguishing secured traffic from insecure traffic by the use of a different server port.
Because TLS is oblivious to HTTP request/response boundaries, it is necessary to examine the HTTP data itself (specifically the Content-Length header) to determine whether the truncation occurred inside a message or between messages.
URI Format HTTP/TLS is differentiated from HTTP URIs by using the 'https' protocol identifier in place of the 'http' protocol identifier.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc2818.txt   (1626 words)

 Secure Sockets - SSL/HTTPS
The https:// protocol can be used in exactly the same way as the http:// protocol.
The differences are that HTTPS uses a default port number of 443 (80 for HTTP) and that HTTPS automatically performs SSL negotiation and thus always sends data in encrypted form, i.e.
HTTPS may not be initialized on all versions of REBOL/Command.
www.rebol.com /docs/ssl.html   (629 words)

 HTTPS - a definition from Whatis.com - see also: HTTP/S, HTTP over SSL
HTTPS is really just the use of Netscape's Secure Socket Layer (SSL) as a sublayer under its regular HTTP application layering.
(HTTPS uses port 443 instead of HTTP port 80 in its interactions with the lower layer, TCP/IP.) SSL uses a 40-bit key size for the RC4 stream encryption algorithm, which is considered an adequate degree of encryption for commercial exchange.
HTTPS is not to be confused with S-HTTP, a security-enhanced version of HTTP developed and proposed as a standard by EIT.
searchsecurity.techtarget.com /sDefinition/0,,sid14_gci214006,00.html   (357 words)

 RFC 2818 (rfc2818) - HTTP Over TLS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Introduction HTTP [RFC2616] was originally used in the clear on the Internet.
Server Behavior RFC 2616 permits an HTTP client to close the connection at any time, and requires servers to recover gracefully.
Implementation note: In HTTP implementations which do not use persistent connections, the server ordinarily expects to be able to signal end of data by closing the connection.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc2818.html   (1641 words)

 How HTTPS Works in Java Plug-in
HTTPS is a secure HTTP protocol that is used widely in Internet/intranet environments for exchanging secure information between client and server.
HTTPS allows applets or beans to be downloaded into the web browser through a secure connection and these applets or beans to make secure connections to the server.
While HTTPS is supported in Java Plug-in and SSL is used internally, the API for accessing SSL is not exposed in Java Plug-in.
java.sun.com /products/plugin/1.2/docs/https.html   (811 words)

 Datastorm Users Forum: https everywhere?
There is a lot of added slowness because during setup/teardown of the https sessions there are a number of two-way handshakes between you and the server that suffer from the high satellite latency.
Their are https proxies available on the internet that terminate and re-establish the https session.
I don't know why they are switching to https especially if it is increasing the load on their servers that much.
www.datastormusers.com /cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=4;t=000483;p=1   (1581 words)

 IP*Works! HTTPS Component : HTTPS OCX, HTTPS .NET Component, HTTPS Class, HTTPS Bean, HTTPS Object
The HTTPS component implements a standard HTTP client through a simple plug-and-play interface as defined in RFCs 1945 and 2616 and the added option of SSL security.
Data can be POST-ed to the HTTP server by assigning it to the PostData property and then calling the Post method.
The HTTPS component supports the HTTP Basic authentication scheme through the User and Password properties.
www.nsoftware.com /products/component/?c=HTTPS&sku=   (1253 words)

 Jesse Ruderman » Banks and https
Of the banks that use https login forms at all, many make two smaller mistakes: their main page is http, which invites http links and bookmarks, and their login forms have long hostnames like "web.da-us.citibank.com", which are harder for users to verify than e.g.
Pay special attention that the protocol is https, which indicates that it is encrypted and authenticated, and to the slash immediately after www.mybank.tld, which indicates the end of the hostname part of the URL.
If there are -any- http requests before the http one, the active attacker can modify those at their leisure to direct the user wherever they like.
www.squarefree.com /2005/05/28/banks-and-https   (3408 words)

 Java Pro - Configuring the Client for HTTPS
The first installment, "HTTPS for Implementing Web Services Security" (Java Pro Online, September 3, 2003), began the discussion with a look at the reasons for implementing and deploying a Web service with transport-layer security, instead of message-layer security, by layering HTTP over SSL, and then set up a Web service example.
If you have already viewed your HTTPS WSDL in your browser, then you know that the problem is on the client side, and it is most likely related to the keystore.
Although these hosts are equivalent from an HTTP standpoint, they are not equivalent for HTTPS because the client-side host name verifier checks the certificate's common name against the host name from the URL.
www.ftponline.com /javapro/2003_09/online/jclune_09_17_03/default.aspx   (651 words)

 PHP: HTTP and HTTPS - Manual
HTTP connections are read-only; you cannot write data or copy files to an HTTP resource.
HTTPS is supported starting from PHP 4.3.0, if you have compiled in support for OpenSSL.
HTTPS proxying (through HTTP proxies) only works in PHP 5.1.0 or greater.
www.php.net /manual/en/wrappers.http.php   (418 words)

 IEBlog : Upcoming HTTPS Improvements in Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
HTTPS uses encryption to secure your Internet traffic to protect it from snooping or tampering by others on the network.
HTTPS uses either the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) or the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocols to protect data.
As for the https that sounds good.Also i hope the https problems will be solved and i hope that Internet Explorer 7 looks better then its Beta version 1.
blogs.msdn.com /ie/archive/2005/10/22/483795.aspx   (9552 words)

 https Protocol
The secure hypertext transfer protocol (HTTPS) is a communications protocol designed to transfer encrypted information between computers over the World Wide Web.
HTTPS is http using a Secure Socket Layer (SSL).
The successful use of the HTTPS protocol requires a secure server to handle the request.
msdn.microsoft.com /workshop/networking/predefined/https.asp   (147 words)

 SSL Certificates - HTTPS or https from VeriSign, Inc.
Web pages beginning with “https” instead of “http” enable secure information transmission via the protocol for secure http.
“Https” is one measure of security to look for when sending or sharing confidential information such as credit card numbers, private data records, or business partner data.
If you are responsible for protecting data on your Web server and securing Web-based applications, VeriSign can help you with SSL Certificates and other security services.
www.verisign.com /ssl-certificates/https.html   (174 words)

 Java Pro - Configuring the Server for HTTPS
The first installment, "HTTPS for Implementing Web Services Security" (Java Pro Online, September 3, 2003), began the discussion with a look at the reasons for implementing and deploying a Web service with transport-layer security, instead of message-layer security, by layering HTTP over SSL.
It is surprisingly easy to make WSDL documents that do not match their services, and so anything that can be done to reduce the potential for error here is a clear win.
I recommend that you view the certificate to confirm it is the one you generated, and then select "Install Certificate." If you can then view the WSDL document, you are ready to propagate your changes to the client.
www.ftponline.com /javapro/2003_09/online/jclune_09_10_03   (934 words)

 MIDP Application Security 2: Understanding SSL and TLS
One common example is an application using HTTPS, which is the HTTP protocol running on a TLS or SSL socket.
This approach is workable, but you have no programmatic way of finding out the identity of the server or which cipher suite is in use.
If you are using HTTPS, the hostname you are using must match a field in the server's certificate; otherwise, the connection will fail.
developers.sun.com /techtopics/mobility/midp/articles/security2   (1811 words)

 Java Technology Forums - Communicating with HTTPS server with Client Authentication
First, I thought of connecting and reading to a HTTPS server and try Client Authentication later.
The trailing slash is irrelevant - HTTP deals correctly with it.
Unless otherwise licensed, code in all technical manuals herein (including articles, FAQs, samples) is provided under this License.
forum.java.sun.com /thread.jspa?threadID=505435&start=0   (796 words)

 [confirmed] Ad Hunter doesn't block https ads - Maxthon Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
however since there is https in the exception list which is good beecause in most cases you dont want to block anything on secure sites, however i frequently vist a site where the ads are from https://ad2.pamedia.com.au/,
I think that if you have a global exception option and then a specific block option such as https://ad2.pamedia.com.au/* the ad should still be blocked.
Nevertheless within https pages there is no filtering/blocking in Maxthon last releases, even if I have nothing in exception list (really, the exception list for content filtering is empty).
forum.maxthon.com /forum/index.php?showtopic=1973   (864 words)

 IIS: Redirect from http to https
I had the need to move access to a site from http to https to accommodate a customer requirement.
We had already published the http URL, and wanted to minimize the effect on the customer by redirecting requests to the SSL port.
It determines the http URL that the user went to and then redirects them to the https version.
blog.opsan.com /archive/2005/04/17/395.aspx   (1524 words)

 Simple Secure Indigo (HTTPS)
I've started looking at the various security options for the Indigo services and I decided to try plain HTTPS with the basicProfileBinding as a first stab.
The securityMode attribute on the binding element, along with the https URI in the address attribute on the endpoint element configure the service to use SSL.
http URI for address with Https securityMode) then the service will throw an exception at Open time.
pluralsight.com /blogs/mgudgin/archive/2005/06/01/9694.aspx   (966 words)

 https ?
HTTPS scanning should be a secure transmission and therefore scanning of this should not be required.
I agree with you that HTTPS is a secure transmission protocol.
Assuming all content coming from HTTPS is safe is really like strapping kevlar to yourself and assuming that a bazooka will not harm you.
forums.gfi.com /m_40041800/mpage_1/tm.htm#40041813   (217 words)

 SSL/HTTPS - PowerBASIC Forums
Perhaps the server I need to communicate to is not strictly HTTP (1.0 or 1.1) compliant.
Since you said that you communicated with HTTPS servers, might be you encountered similar problems in the past.
If it isn't, then you'll have to read up on the HTTP sessions as described above, but many webservers are "nice enough" to allow you send along post data with a get request...
www.powerbasic.com /support/forums/Forum9/HTML/000427.html   (523 words)

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