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SSL SECURITY CERTIFICATES

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WHY YOU SHOULD HAVE SSL SECURITY CERTIFICATES.

With a SSL Security Certificate you can let customers know their private details are safe and encrypted. Same security as our competitors for up to 90% less.

SSL Security Certificates

WHAT IS AN SSL SECURITY CERTIFICATE?

SSL Security Certificates are small data files that digitally bind a cryptographic key to an organization’s details. When installed on a web server, it activates the padlock and the https protocol (over port 443) and allows secure connections from a web server to a browser.

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DO I NEED A CERTIFICATE?

If you accept credit card information and store it in a database so you can process it using an offline POS machine or charge it manually on your merchant account’s website, then you definitely need an SSL security certificate to secure the credit card data as it is transferred. Our system ensures proper authentication.

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ENCRYPTED

The major purpose of SSL Security Certificates is to encrypt information so that it can only be read and understood by the intended parties. Information submitted on Internet forms often passes through more than one computer before reaching its final destination, and the more “stops” it has to make, the higher the chance that a third party could obtain access. An SSL certificate inserts (encrypted) random characters into the original information, rendering it incomprehensible to anyone without the proper authentication encryption key. If the information does somehow wind up in the wrong hands, it will be unreadable and therefore useless.

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AUTHENTICATION

You want to be sure that the information on your website, including customer information, goes to the correct server without being intercepted. Our authentication process make that happen. When obtaining an SSL Security Certificates, another type of protection called a server certificate is also issued. This certificate acts as a mediator between browsers and SSL servers to show that the SSL certificate provider can be trusted. Customers can view these documents to validate that the SSL certificate of your site is up to date and that the page they’re about to enter information on is really yours and not an imitation.