Why are WYSIWYG used?

WYSIWYG is a technology initialism that “what you see is what you get. In the early years of the Internet, web design included a wall of complicated code that only the experienced programmer could understand — until the editor What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) was invented. WYSIWYG is pronounced “Wiz-Ee-Wig” and stands …

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What is SSL?

To set up an EV SSL certificate, the website owner must go through a standardized identity verification process to confirm that they are legally entitled to the exclusive rights to the domain. The primary purpose of SSL is to provide a secure transport-layer connection between two endpoints, the server and the client. It is a …

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What is the difference between SFTP and SSH?

Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) is a file protocol for transferring large files over the Internet. Examples of such a tool include Shell Control Box from Balabit and CryptoAuditor from SSH Communications Security (the original developer of the Secure Shell protocol), which provides functions such as SFTP transaction logging and logging of the data actually …

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