How SSLs Function
Internet safety is a foremost priority for everybody who buys products online, and your customers will want nothing but the highest possible level of security when they pay for your products.
What Does SSL Represent?
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a protocol that protects your web store or logon page. The Secure Sockets Layer certificates, also called digital certificates, cipher the delicate information required from web site visitors such as physical address, birth date, national insurance number, driver's license or credit card information, so that nobody could use these details for illegal purposes.
Your site guests can identify a secure web site by the ‘https' component at the beginning of the web site address, or by the lock icon in the browser window, or by a special seal on the web site.
The certificates feature two hundred and fifty six-bit encryption, and include a ten thousand dollar warranty and a static site seal for your web site. You are required to have a static IP address.