How Do SSLs Operate?
Online security is a top priority for everybody who purchases services online, and your clients will expect nothing but the highest possible safety level when they pay for your services.
What Does SSL Stand for?
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a protocol that guards your online shop or sign-on page. The SSL certificates, also referred to as digital certificates, encrypt the sensitive data requested from site visitors like physical address, date of birth, Social Security number, driver's licence or bank account info, so that no one could use this information for unlawful purposes.
Your web site visitors can recognize a protected site by the ‘https' component at the beginning of the site address, or by the locked padlock symbol in the browser window, or by a special seal on the website.
The SSL certificates feature 256-bit encryption, and include a $10 000 dollar warranty and a static site seal for your web site. You are required to have a dedicated IP.