Is Free SSL Right for Me?

Free SSL certificates came on the scene in 2016. Now that Google and all major browsers serve up unencrypted pages with a “Not Secure” warning, they offer a fast, economical option for securing your website. Free SSL certificates provide peace of mind that all information that’s shared is encrypted and protected in transit. This is […]

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Google Chrome is putting an end to HTTP

The latest announcement from Google has massive ramifications for all webmasters not yet running their websites over HTTPS. Google has announced, that as of 2017, their Chrome browser will begin marking non-HTTPS websites pages as ‘non-secure’ and actively alerting users via warnings when visiting websites that are not HTTPS secured. As of January, this rule will […]

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GOOGLE: Websites with SSL to benefit from improved search rankings

Earlier this month, Google, in a push towards a more secure and private Internet, announced that they’ve decided to include SSL as a signal in their search engine algorithm. What this means, is that websites running over ‘https’ with an SSL certificate installed, stand to benefit from a potential boost in search rankings. While it is […]

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