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SSLAsked by pagins on December 27, 2016 at 10:31 AM
SSL (Secure Socket Layer) Submission is a type of submission that uses an encrypted protocol for transmitting messages from the web browser to the server.
This uses a certificate that only the web user's browser and the server can understand, so transmissions from browser to server will be encrypted. In this way, the hackers will not be able to see or get the information you are sending. In the URL or address bar, you'll see that it is using HTTPS.
Please take note that all of our submissions here in JotForm are using SSL. Here's a related blog post: https://www.jotform.com/blog/177-Announcing-our-new-simplified-Publish-button-And-embed-codes-are-SSL-by-default.
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