Your Website and SSL

You may have had a website for years.  With some few periodic changes, a renewal of a Domain Name Registration and Website Hosting, life has just gone merrily along.

Now, you 've probably found that your website is unsecured.  And, as people visit your website they are witness to the terrible notation at the left of your URL.

Introducing SSL For All Websites

With the introduction of various components of Internet security, websites, in order to be free of the designation "unsecured" must have an SSL certificate.

SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. It might sound complex, but it's really not. SSL Certificates validate your website's identity and encrypt the information visitors send to, or receive from, your site. An SSL keeps private messages and information sent across the Internet.

All SSL-protected sites display the https:// prefix in the URL address bar.

Sites protected with a Premium EV SSL Certificate display a green browser bar to quickly assure visitors that the organization's legal and physical existence was verified according to strict industry standards.

Standard SSL for 1 Hosted Website

  • Domain validation
  • SHA-2 & 2048-bit encryption.
  • Boost SEO rankings
  • Fast issuance in 5 minutes
  • Display HTTPS & padlock
  • Security trust seal
  • Support unlimited servers
  • Free unlimited reissues
  • $100,000 warranty

$79.98/per year

Premium SSL for 1 Hosted Website

  • Extended validation
  • SHA-2 & 2048-bit encryption.
  • Boost SEO rankings
  • Display HTTPS & padlock
  • Green address bar
  • Security trust seal
  • Support unlimited servers
  • Free unlimited reissues
  • $1,000,000 warranty

$159.98/per year

Plans are also available that will secure as many as 10 websites that allow for a considerable "per site" reduction in cost.

I am happy to provide my customers and clients with the work necessary to connect their SSL FREE of charge. That work includes connecting your domain name and website hosting account to your SSL Certificate and migrating your http to https with an ht access redirect.

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