SMTP connections secured by SSL are known as
  • a)
    SMTPS
  • b)
    SSMTP
  • c)
    SNMP
  • d)
    None of the mentioned
Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?

Computer Science Engineering (CSE) Question

Pushkar Malik answered Sep 12, 2018
SMTPS is not a proprietary protocol and not an extension of SMTP. It is a way to secure SMTP at the transport layer. SMTPS uses port 465. This means that the client and server speak normal SMTP at the application layer, but the connection is secured by SSL or TLS.

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