The kind of tampering we’re talking about could include stealing information, injecting adverts, inserting malware or tricking the user into doing something they didn’t realise they doing.
This is bad.
Bad for the website being visited, bad user experience and bad for the business. One way to protect your audience from the bad guys? HTTPS!
What is HTTPS?
No, HTTPS isn’t some kind of infectious disease or the latest vowel-less internet slang. It’s an acronym.
The ’S’ at the end stands for ’secure. It’s a way to allow your browser or app to securely connect with a website. When users visit your website, it is one of the things you can do to help keep their browsing experience safe and secure.