It’s no secret that a secure sockets layer (SSL) encrypts data as it moves between a visitor’s browser and the site host. For many people, a single SSL appears to be sufficient for protecting data exchanged between visitors and their website.
But what happens to your SSL protection when you add a web application firewall like the Sucuri WAF? Protecting that additional data transit point is a topic we often discuss with customers, and it’s relevant for anyone to understand.
Source: Scuri check