What Makes SSL Important?

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    What Makes SSL Important?

    Hey,

    Can anyone please explain the importance of SSL certificate?

    #2
    Hello,

    For what does SSL stand?

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      #3
      Originally posted by Aaron Martin View Post
      Hello,

      For what does SSL stand?
      SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer.

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        #4
        It's a crucial technique for protecting and validating online data.

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          #5
          The best encryption technology is SSL, which enables users to open websites via HTTPS in secured mode. To accept the secured user’s data and financial credentials, the website-based business will require tested and certified SSL.

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            #6
            Hello,

            Invalid or unassigned SSL certificates reduce website traffic and force some browsers to block direct links by displaying a fatal error on all website pages.

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              #7
              Hey,

              Some of the benefits of using an SSL certificate:
              1. SSL Guards Data
              2. SSL Confirms Your Identity
              3. Better Search Engine Ranking
              4. SSL Helps You Satisfy PCI/DSS Requirements
              5. SSL Recovers Customer Trust

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                #8
                Who uses SSL?

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by cooper smith View Post
                  Who uses SSL?
                  Web developers, IT specialists, marketing experts.

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                    #10
                    Google currently requires every site to have an SSL certificate. If the site does not have it, then the site address begins with http instead of httpps. Google lowers sites without a security certificate even in the ranking of search results. You can get an SSL certificate for free. But you must not forget to renew it after six months in manual mode. I track the expiration date of the domain lease and SSL certificate through a special monitoring service https://www.host-tracker.com/en By the way, currently, you can use free SSL certificates from the domain registrar or your hoster.

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