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More and more online shoppers today think about online security and protection of sensitive information submitted on their websites. With SSL certificates, all sensitive data like credit card numbers or personal information are secured and transmitted with 256 bit encryption. We sell most trusted SSL brands: Sectigo (formerly Comodo), GeoTrust, RapidSSL, Thawte and Symantec.
It is important to choose the right SSL certificate for your domain. You will find that there are different types and brands available to choose from. You will need to consider whether you want domain, business or extended validation and consider then whether your budget will stretch to what you need. The more you pay, the more trust you will get. It is also important to consider whether you want a certificate that will just secure one domain, all subdomains or many domains and subdomains.
The Domain Validation SSL Certificate is the simplest one. It can be issued quickly as well and is available for individuals as well as businesses. There is no paperwork required and you do not need to speak to anyone, just validate by responding to an email.
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Secure your website & email communication using free SSL certificate provided by us with your hosting account. With SNI enabled web servers, costs of installing an SSL is even less. A costly dedicated IP is no longer required to install SSL certificates. On top of that, we will continue providing free SSL for the life of your hosting account. No hidden cost, no setup fee, no need of expensive dedicated IPs!
If you have a personal blog or website where you just talk about your favorite hobby, you probably don’t need one. If you do sell something on your website but redirect all transactions to PayPal or another third party payment processor, you may not need one either. In such cases, the transactions will be secure because PayPal (or whatever processor is being used) provides the necessary security.
However, if you store credit card or any type of personal information on your site, it is a good idea to have an SSL Certificate. Furthermore, if you have a membership site or any type of website where visitors must log in using a password, it’s recommended that you get this type of protection. Whether there are financial transactions or not, people’s personal information can be at risk if there is a log in process.
Having an SSL Certificate is also very good for business. It gives your site a more professional look and reassures visitor that they can shop from you safely. In fact, if you have a website that sells anything and there’s no SSL Certificate, people may get a security warning, which will cause them to distrust your website.
In the long run, it’s a small investment to make and you should consider it part of the cost of doing business online. It’s the equivalent of getting a good lock and an alarm system for a brick and mortar business.
SSL stands for Secure Socket Layers. This is a measure that helps to ensure the security of transactions on a website. You have probably noticed that many websites where you shop have a padlock icon in a visible place. This is an indication that the site has an SSL Certificate. It reassures shoppers that they can safely make purchases, provide their credit card or PayPal information and not worry about their personal information being stolen.
Online fraud, identity theft and hacking is now a widespread problem. This is not something that only larger websites have to worry about. In fact, many hackers target smaller and more vulnerable businesses. An SSL Certificate is actually a data file that provide a cryptography key for a website. In other words, it creates a secure code to ensure that information is kept secure. SSL is used to keep logins, data transfers, credit card transactions and other sensitive information from getting into the wrong hands.
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