The World Wide Web puts a graphical face on the Internet. You access it via a web browser, connecting with HTTP or HTTPS. The latter offers security.
- Ah, the World Wide Web. … I can't tell you how many times I've gone up to a … user's system who says, "the internet is down" … and it's just cause their web browser is messed up. … Then I tell them, "Oh, the internet is working just fine. … "In fact, your connection to the internet … "is working just fine. … "You're just having a problem with the web browser." … The World Wide Web has certainly become the predominate way … that most of us look at the internet. … Now, the World Wide Web is always going to manifest … as some kind of web browser, … and these names have become famous with names like Chrome, … and Firefox, and Edge , and Safari. … These web clients are on every operating system, … and most operating systems have multiple choices … when it comes to these types of tools. … Now, the protocol that's running underneath it … is either going to be HTTP which runs on Port 80, … or HTTP Secure, … HTTPS, which runs on Port 443. … So if you're going to be making connections, … you're going to have outbound on Port 80, if it's insecure, …
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