SSL is now widely used and should always be employed when exchanging any type of sensitive information. All modern...
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Web browsers contain built-in SSL code and can handle a number of common cryptographic algorithms. If you're referring to a Web server, you'll have a hard time finding a Web client that doesn't support SSL.
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