When a web client (Internet browser) connects to a secure website, the data is encrypted. But, how does all that happen? And, what type of encryption is used? And, how does the Internet browser know what type of encryption the web server wants to use? This is all determined by what is known as a TLS Cipher Suite. In this video, John outlines the components of a TLS Cipher Suite and explains how it all works. Enjoy!


 

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