How SSL Certificates Operate
Online security is a chief priority for everyone who buys products online, and your clients will want nothing but the highest possible safety level when they pay for your products.
What Does SSL Stand for?
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a technology that defends your online storefront or sign-on page. The Secure Sockets Layer certificates, also called digital certificates, encrypt the delicate information required from site visitors such as place of residence, date of birth, Social Security number, driver's licence or debit card details, so that no one could use these details for illegal purposes.
Your site guests can identify a secure web site by the ‘https' part at the beginning of the web address, or by the padlock symbol in the web browser window, or by a distinctive seal on the web site.
The SSL certificates offer 256-bit encryption, and include a 10 000 USD warranty and a site seal for your site. You are required to get a static IP.