Transferring Data without Secure Protocols?
Even though SSL is the most common security protocol (HTTPS and FTPS use SSL), some organizations only secure the channels that routinely transfer sensitive data. When you transfer data over HTTP or FTP, your data is “in the clear,” meaning if the data is intercepted, it is readable, including usernames and passwords. There is no encryption to protect it. Leaving other channels unsecured is inviting malicious access into your network where villains can worm their way in and wreak havoc on your “secured” networks.
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