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SSL certificates

SSL or Secure Socket Layer certificates are a valuable asset to any business with an Internet presence. They allow customers to make online purchases with confidence that their information is safe. Primarily, these certificates, issued by a certification authority, establish a unique encrypted electronic signature for the business. This ensures that any information transmitted from the business to a financial clearinghouse or bank is reliable. The data, sent through an encrypted packet, uses separate secure SSL certificates between servers. The higher-level certificate provides another layer of security during the transmission. The data is most vulnerable during transmission so this extra layer of security is necessary.

Verisign created the five classes or levels of security in use today. The lowest class is used by individuals in their e-mail accounts and so forth, and the highest class is used by governments all over the world. In fact, Verisign was the first certification authority, although there are other reliable authorities in business today as well. Every certification authority uses this classification system.

SSL Certificates or digital certificates as they are also called are used to securely process information/forms. They are shown in your web browser with an (s) attached to the URL such as

Google has announced that going HTTPS — adding a SSL 2048-bit key certificate on your site — will give you a minor ranking boost.

  1. Why Is Google Forcing You To Have A SSL?
  2. Google Is Requiring HTTPS for Secure Data in Chrome
  3. You have until July to Install SSL or Google will mark your site “Not Secure”
  4. Beware the looming Google Chrome HTTPS certificate apocalypse!

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Quick Answers

What Is The Purpose Of A SSL Certificate?

Basically it let's customers know their private details are safe.


Is This Mandatory?

Yes and No, beginning in June 2018, google chrome will start labeling websites as insecure with a ssl certificate. this may discourage visitors from staying on your website. We turn to the internet for everything. From selling to buying, it is the introduction of an E-world. With this dominating trend, online security has become a necessity.

How Long Does It Take To Install?

From 24 - 72 hours depending on the type of SSL you purchase.


What Is The Difference Between Certificates?

One seal displays a green bar which adds a little extra protection while the other just provides the basic protection.



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