How SSLs Work
Internet security is a topmost priority for everyone who buys goods online, and your customers will want nothing but the highest possible level of safety when they buy your services.
What Does SSL Stand for?
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a technology that guards your e-store or login page. The SSL certificates, also referred to as digital certificates, cipher the sensitive details requested from website visitors like address, birth date, national insurance number, driver's license or bank account information, so that no one could use this information for illicit purposes.
Your site guests can recognize a protected site by the ‘https' part at the beginning of the web address, or by the lock icon in the browser window, or by a distinctive seal on the site.
The certificates offer 256-bit encryption, and include a ten thousand USD warranty and a static site seal for your website. You need to get a static IP.