Fight : HTTP vs HTTPS

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Hi, welcome to KnowledgeSuttra . Here’s the another short fight between two standard browsing protocols. Having prior knowledge for Internet Browsing with or without security is necessary. For hacker’s How to get rid of SSL layer. Let’s take a deep dive.

Things that you must need to know during web surfing is that

  • Where your Internet Data is going ?
  • Site you are surfing is real or not ?
  • Do that site actually shares private data ?
  • And for hackers how to get rid of SSL layer ?

Let’s get through the soul.



HTTP is the acronym for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol. This protocol is basically used for the transfer of Web-pages from Web-server to Web-Browser.


HTTPS is the acronym for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secured. Security plays the best role over the Internet.

Completely know about the above mentioned terms.

Web-pages :-

Web-pages are basically HTML pages which may include JavaScript, Cascading Style Sheets(CSS), Angular JS, or any other coding language for designing purpose. This pages are stored at any machine well known as HOST machine. To access through internet the HOST must include the services of internet and this is the origin of name called server.

Web-server :-

Web-server is the machine where the Web-pages. While there’s need to access such pages on end users Device(Mobile/Laptop/Desktop/etc.) there’s need of browser.

Web-browser :-

To access the saved pages from server the end users device the utility used is known as Browser.

What HTTP exactly ?

HTTP sends end user queries through the internet but without encryption to the server.

What HTTPS exactly does ?

HTTPS sends end user queries through the Internet with an 128 bit Encryption at user end and same Decryption at the server end. In this way theMAN-IN-THE-MIDDLE-ATTACK possibilities are less.

How to get rid of SSL ?

The small toolkit/utility well known as SSLSTRIP available for Kali Linux

Coming soon with Guide on SSLSTRIP.

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