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HTTPS:: security problem

So I use Live Server (VS Code extension) for debugging my web pages. I wanted to make a web app so, I discovered that to make a web app you need to have a service worker but, the service worker requires the website to be HTTPS protocol. how do I do that?

1/24/2020 7:48:30 PM

dan Gameing

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HTTP operates at the highest layer of the TCP/IP model, the Application layer; as does the TLS security protocol (operating as a lower sublayer of the same layer), which encrypts an HTTP message prior to transmission and decrypts a message upon arrival. Strictly speaking, HTTPS is not a separate protocol, but refers to use of ordinary HTTP over an encrypted SSL/TLS connection. HTTPS encrypts all message contents, including the HTTP headers and the request/response data. With the exception of the possible CCA cryptographic attack described in the limitations section below, an attacker should only be able to discover that a connection is taking place between the two parties and their domain names and IP addresses. no it's not work like encapsulation it may hide our private data from being attack for that only we cant call it's work like encapsulation. This is from the first post

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i am in no way endorcing any company but here is a brief description of how you go about it via outside services to secure your digital property https://biztechmagazine.com/article/2007/07/http-vs-https-whats-difference

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here are a couple of threads you may be interested in to follow. https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1957720/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1146367/?ref=app

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dan Gameing what languages are used in your website ?

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in order to make - you should know how it works... dan Gameing

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I'm not asking for "how https works?" I'm asking for "how do I make a https server?". Just some way of doing that.