VIVOTEK CCTV Security Camera Term - HTTPS Encryption

 VIVOTEK CCTV Security Camera Term - HTTPS Encryption

 VIVOTEK CCTV Security Camera Term - HTTP Encryption

 

 

HTTPS Encryption - CCTV Security Cameras

HTTPS is a combination of HTTP and SSL/TLS. It  encrypts data at the source port and decrypts it at the destination port. HTTPS is mainly used to protect e-commerce, asset management, e-mails or IP surveillance systems.

 

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encrypts data transmission between the server and the client to ensure the confidentiality and integrity of the data. When a client submits a request for accessing web pages, a public key is sent to the client for data encryption. Data encrypted by the client using the public key can be decrypted only by the server's private key. Due to this property of the keys, the client is able to send secure data that can be understood only by the server. SSL can protect data from being counterfeited, intercepted or tampered and is the most common security standard for e-commerce. TLS (Transport Layer Security) is a standard developed on the basis of SSL for higher security, confidentiality, data integrity and authentication. 

 

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