Web Browsing is one of the major activities when we are using internet. Our browsing histories, the things which we can search, the sites which we are visited and of activities are valuable to them either for commercial or political reasons. In this post deals with securing the way you browse the internet and makes you more familiar with threats you are facing so you can recognize then and act appropriately.
The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is the networking protocol used by browsers that allows communication between you a site you are visiting. Because communications is transmitted in plain text it is unsafe, especially when using wireless networks. It is like transmitting a message with personal information on a postcard. Data, such as user names and passwords, sent to and received by Web site, are easy to read by third parties.
To solve this problem the Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) was invented to provide encrypted communication and secure identification of a network web server. Most major Web sites, includes Google, Wikipedia, and popular social networking platforms such as Facebook and Twitter can also be reached via a secure connection, but not necessarily by default. Note that most sites do not provide encryption.
So, keep in mind these tips for safe Browsing, If you any other suggestion then write in comment box…