Transport Layer Security (TSL) TLS is the successor to SSL and offers a stronger and more stable security encryption protocol. Based on the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) standard, the protocol is designed to prevent forgery, manipulation and spying on messages. It is typically used to protect web browser communications, email, VoIP, and instant messaging. Although TLS is used these days, this newer security protocol is often still called SSL.

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