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Secure Socket Layer - protocol which allows encrypted network traffic using asymmetric key encryption.

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But if this is the case I don't see how SSL is related to Tor, since they seemingly function on a different layer. If you're doing some preliminary reading about networking, you're presumably … looking at either the OSI Model or the Internet Protocol Suite. They're different ways of representing the network stack, and differ in the number of layers they split things into. SSL (now called …
answered Jan 29 '16 by Richard Horrocks