SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the backbone of our secure Internet and it protects your sensitive information as it travels across the world’s computer networks. SSL is essential for protecting your website, even if it doesn’t handle sensitive information like credit cards. It provides privacy, critical security and data integrity for both your website and your users’ personal information.
When an SSL certificate is used, the information becomes unreadable to everyone except for the server you are sending the information to. This protects it from hackers and identity thieves.
Google has announced that by the end of 2017 it will flag all unencrypted sites as not secure in the URL bar along with a red triangle warning symbol. This will make all website users aware that the site is not secure and will also impact your websites ranking on Google. Google also plans to make users more aware of a lack of SSL with more obvious notifications to website users moving forward.
When encrypting your website with SSL, we make sure we have the certificate signed by a credible online authority and our developers also check your website content to make sure everything is compatible with the encryption. This ensures that your visitors don’t get any security warnings when visiting your pages and that your website is fully secure.
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The central authority (called Certificate Authority) is responsible for issuing digital certificates for a domain name. In order to be eligible for a SSL Certificate, you must first purchase an SSL Certificate and then go through a verification process conducted by the Certificate Authority.
An SSL Certificate assists in the following ways:
If your website requires customers to feed in their personal and sensitive data, they need to be assured that this data is well protected and does not get into harmful hands. An SSL certificates' primary job is to protect your customers and consequently increase your business' image.
SSL Certificates are compatible with all major browsers like Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, etc.
No, SSL Certificates do not support upgrades or downgrades yet. If you do find you require a new certificate, you can purchase the same and install it on the same web browser where your previous certificate was being used.
Installing an SSL Certificate does not require technical expertise. However, a series of steps do need to be followed for successful implementation which you can find here