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Improving web security without sacrificing performance

Chances are, you're reading this article on a web browser that uses HTTPS, the protocol over which data is sent between a web browser and the website users are connected to. In fact, nearly half of all web traffic passes through HTTPS. Despite the "S" for security in "HTTPS," this protocol is far from perfectly secure.
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