Why Use SSL

Not having SSL on your website when working over public wifi is like shouting your username and password to everyone in the coffee shop; and hoping nobody uses it.

You should use SSL on your website to protect yourself and your visitors. In short, SSL protects your visitors by keeping their actions on the web private between them and your sites. Continue reading

What is an SSL Certificate?

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SSL certificates help protect your private information

The web isn’t encrypted by default. That means, it’s not too hard for another person connected to your network to watch (and get) data you send to and receive from websites.

For example, if you’re working from a coffee shop and enter in a credit card number. That data can be pretty easily recorded. How do we prevent this?
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