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Internet address structure

Have you ever asked your­self whether the Internet address (URL) you are about to click is really secure and trust­worthy? In our new article, you can find out how a URL is struc­tured and how to check it correctly.

With the increasing number of faked URLs, it can prove dif­fi­cult to dif­fer­en­tiate between a legit­i­mate and a fraud­u­lent web­site. We are there­fore pleased to present you with a new article on our web­site explaining struc­ture and checking of Internet addresses. In this article, you can find out how to under­stand the struc­ture of an URL and how to check links for their authenticity.

You can find our new article on Internet address struc­ture and checking here.


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