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Secure your Hosting with SSL

SSL Certificate

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) Certificates are small data files that bind a cryptographic key digitally to the records of an organisation. It triggers the padlock and https protocol when installed on a web server and enables safe connections from a web server to a browser. SSL is most likes used to secure credit card transactions, data transfers and logins and more recently, when browsing social media sites.

Why do I need SSL Certificate?

SSL is the encryption of communication between your server and your client browser. SSL ensures the confidentiality of data between two computing devices. Currently used by SSL to protect online payment transactions, login, safe transfer of data and now use it to protect your website from thieves.

SSL Certificates bind together:

A Domain name, Server name or hostname.

An organizational identity (i.e. company name) and location.

To start a secure session with browsers, an entity must install the SSL Certificate on its web server. After establishing a secure link, all web traffic between the web server and the browser will be secure. The application protocol (also known as HTTP) will shift to HTTPS when a certificate is successfully installed on your server, where the ‘S’ stands for ‘safe’.

Encryption:

All communication between your platform and your customer is safeguard in full. It uses cryptography with SHA-256 and 2048-bit RSA keys.

Trust Seal:

It reveals the worthiness of your audience site, with the security of the best security encryption system in the world. SSL earns you priceless confidence from its customers.

Boost Google Ranking:

Google, best Search Engine worlds now recommend only websites enabled by SSL. The www and now-www websites can be converted into SSL Certifications.