SSL Security $90/yr Value
SSL Security $90/yr Value (date: 9,12,19)
save $90 a year! we create and configure SSL certificates with industry recommended 2048-bit keys and SHA-2 signatures for all of our websites. With your site secured by SSL, your visitors will see a green secure lock icon when browsing your site in their browser’s address bar, and your site’s rankings in Google will be improved. You will need to stay on one of our hosting plans to be able to keep the SSL Certificate active.
- What is SSL?
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a web server and a browser. This link ensures that all data passed between the web server and browsers remain private and integral. SSL is an industry-standard and is used by millions of websites in the protection of their online transactions with their customers. SSL allows confidential information such as social security numbers, credit card numbers, or login credentials to be transmitted securely. Without SSL, data sent between clients and servers is sent in plain text–which makes it really easy to be intercepted. Anyone able to hijack the data stream will have unlimited access to the plain text. With SSL in place, data is encrypted – even if intercepted, it will not be able to be deciphered.
- What is SSL in an easy way?
Computer downloads a website on your computer browser temporarily so you can see the website. The images, files, video on the website moves to your computer temporarily. SSL certificate makes sure those files are protected with a random temporarily password between visitor you and hosting us. It’s a password encrypted system between you and us. So there is no 3rd person a.k.a. hackers got involved.
Its a license good for a year and it needs to make an installation every year. We don’t charge you any extra fee or any cost for that. SSL certificate cost and installation are included in our websites as long as you are on our hosting. If you move your website from our hosting then you will be responsible for having that certificate installed on your website.