SSL Certificates Explained
Online security is a major priority for everybody who shops online, and your customers will expect nothing but the highest possible safety level when they purchase your services.
What Does SSL Stand for?
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a technology that defends your online store or login page. The SSL certificates, also called digital certificates, cipher the sensitive details required from web site visitors such as place of residence, date of birth, national identification number, driver's license or credit card info, so that no one could use these details for unlawful purposes.
Your website visitors can recognize a protected website by the ‘https' component at the beginning of the URL, or by the lock icon in the browser window, or by a distinctive seal on the site.
The digital certificates feature 256-bit encryption, and include a ten thousand dollar warranty and a site seal for your site. You are required to have a dedicated IP address.