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    What is an SSL Certificate and why is it important?

    What is an SSL Certificate and why is it important?

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    SSL certificates are used to secure data transfers, credit card transactions, logins and other personal information. They provide security to customers and make visitors more likely to stay on a website for longer periods of time.

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    SSL certificates are used to secure data transfers, credit card transactions, logins and other personal information. They provide security to customers and make visitors more likely to stay on a website for longer periods of time.

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    SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificates provide a specific method of encryption. They ensure that the data going from the user's computer to the website stays secure and unreadable to any malicious intruders like hackers and identity thieves, but any other third parties too. Therefore, it remains safely protected.

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    SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer (SSL). SSL is a security protocol that allows encrypted communication between a web server and internet browser. It encrypts all data transmitted between the server and the user using an encryption key that is placed on the server.

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    SSL certificates are used to secure data transfers, credit card transactions, logins and other personal information. They provide security to customers and make visitors more likely to stay on a website for longer periods of time.

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    A Secure Sockets Layer certificate (SSL certificates) is a small statistics record installed on a Web server that permits for a secure connection among the server and a Web browser. SSL certificates used by online businesses wishing to encrypt credit card transactions, process logins and host secure social media web sites. Most SSL certificate nowadays additionally help the Transport Layer Security protocol, that's taken into consideration to be more secure than SSL.

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    if you want to secure your website letsencrypt ssl is free

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    SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificates provide a specific method of encryption. They ensure that the data going from the user's computer to the website stays secure and unreadable to any malicious intruders like hackers and identity thieves, but any other third parties too. Therefore, it remains safely protected.

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    SSL is a secure Socket Layer. SSL is essential for protecting your website, even if it doesn't handle sensitive information like credit cards.

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    SSL is the backbone of our secure Internet and it protects your sensitive information as it travels across the world's computer networks. SSL is essential for protecting your website, even if it doesn't handle sensitive information like credit cards.
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