SSL Lookup

SSL lookup (also known as SSL certificate lookup) is the process of checking the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate of a website to verify its authenticity and security. The SSL certificate is a digital certificate issued by a trusted certificate authority (CA) and verifies the identity of the website and its server.

When you visit a website with an SSL certificate, your browser establishes an encrypted connection with the server using the SSL certificate. This protects your data, such as login credentials and personal information, from being intercepted by malicious actors.

An SSL lookup typically involves checking the validity of the SSL certificate, including the expiration date, the certificate authority's name, and the website's domain name. You can perform an SSL lookup by checking the certificate information in your web browser or using various online tools and websites.

The SSL certificate also provides assurance to website visitors that the website is legitimate and that their data is being transmitted securely. A valid SSL certificate is indicated by a padlock icon in the web browser's address bar and the "https" protocol in the URL.

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