Question: youve been shown how to look for the https in...
You’ve been shown how to look for the “https” in your browser’s URL field before entering confidential information into a form, such as credit card numbers and other sensitive things, but things are changing. More and more applications are providing mechanisms for “in-app purchasing” and there is no URL string to examine. Whether you are buying accessories to enhance game experiences or access to a movie or book, custom applications open doors to fraud. Based on what you have learned, what recommendations would to make to application developers to make such transaction less stressful?
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