How SSLs Work
Online safety is a major priority for everyone who shops online, and your customers will demand nothing but the highest possible security level when they pay for your services.
What Does SSL Represent?
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a protocol that protects your online store or logon page. The Secure Sockets Layer certificates, also referred to as digital certificates, encrypt the delicate information required from website visitors such as address, birth date, national identification number, driving licence or credit card information, so that nobody could use these details for unlawful purposes.
Your web site visitors can recognize a protected site by the ‘https' part at the beginning of the web address, or by the locked padlock icon in the browser window, or by a distinctive seal on the site.
The certificates feature 256-bit encryption, and include a 10 000 US dollar warranty and a static site seal for your site. You are required to get a static IP address.