Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Free SSL (HTTPS) Certificates

Free SSL?

Yes a Free SSL (HTTPS) Certificate for you domain web hosting or VPS hosting account.

From RSH Web Services
Gain user trust and protect user data
Improve Search Engine Ranking
Prevent forms from website hacking

SSL Certificates

Provide secure, encrypted communications between a website and an internet browser.
#SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, the protocol which provides encryption over the #Internet.

RSH Web Services SSL Certificates
FREE with ALL Hosting Packages

SSL Security is essential for any website to establish trust between you and your customers or visitors.
With SSL Goggle and other Search Engines will rank your web site higher for better SEO conversions

SSL F.A.Q.'s

What is an SSL Certificate?
An SSL certificate is coding on your web server that provides security for online communications.
When a web browser contacts your website, the SSL certificate enables an encrypted connection.
It’s like a certified letter from the US Mail service

How can a SSL help my web site?
SSL certificates inspire trust because each SSL certificate contains identification information. When you request an SSL certificate, a third party SSL company verifies your organization’s information and issues a unique certificate to you with that information.
This is known as the authentication process.

What does browser compatibility mean?
When a browser or operating system encounters an SSL or code signing certificate, it checks to make sure that the certificate is valid and trusted.

How can I tell if a web site is secure?
The Quick Answer - Look At Your Address Bar
You browser will confirm that it has made a secure SSL connection to a server in one (or more) of the following ways:
– A web address using “HTTPS” (The extra “S”means it’s a secure connection.
– Secure sites show a closed padlock emblem you can click on for security details
– And browsers show warning signs when the connection is NOT secure – like a red padlock, a padlock that is not closed, a line going through the website’s address, or a triangle on top of the padlock emblem.

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