How SSL effect on your site?

An SSL certificate creates a secure tunnel through which information including usernames, passwords, credit card numberspass safely.

  • The little green lock
  • The little green lock
  • Get a trusted SSL certificate
  • Get a trusted SSL certificate
  • Protects unlimited servers
  • Protects unlimited servers
  • Compatible with all major
  • Compatible with all major

SSL Certification in Four Easy Steps

After you purchase an SSL certificate, it needs to be activated.

Buy It

Begin by purchasing the right SSL certificate for your needs. Choose from the three types listed .

Activate It

You’ll be able to activate your SSL certificate from the Account Panel immediately.

Install It

You will receive instructions on how to your SSL certificate once validated.

Manage It

You may manage SSL certificates (including renewal and reissuance) in Panel.

How Google’s Recent Changes Affect You

Latest Google Chrome updates now shows visitors a ‘Not Secure’ message in the URL if your website is not https (i.e. no SSL certificate). If it isn’t secure, visitors are more likely to refrain from entering information, making purchases or even signing up for your email list.Google will also rank websites without an SSL certificate lower on the search results page (SERP), affecting your SEO efforts, traffic and revenue at the same time.

Frequently Asked Questions

An SSL certificate is a bit of code present on your web server which provides security for online communication.
Having an SSL certificate helps you in kicking out the hackers. It boosts the ranking and increases brand value. It builds trust with extended authentication and provides the strongest encryption to secure information.
SSL certificates are mostly compatible with 99.9% of the browsers which indulges all the major web browsers.
A CSR is a key that you generate on your server depending on your server software instructions. The CSR is needed when you enroll in the process of SSL certificate as it validates all the information about your web server and organization.
Whenever a browser encounters an SSL certificate, it cross-checks to make sure that the certificate is valid as well as trusted. An SSL certificate is considered trusted, if the browser does have a pre-installed root certificate or if it doesn't have, then the security warning will alert the end-user.

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