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This is short for for "Secure Sockets Layer". SSL is a protocol for encrypting web pages. It involves a private and public key exchange to make the transaction (web page) secure. Pages that are encrypted cannot be viewed by others in transit. It is a good...
Shared Web Hosting customers can use either a shared SSL certificate or a private SSL certificate. DEDICATED AND COLOCATED CUSTOMERS WILL NEED TO USE A PRIVATE SSL CERTIFICATE. TO ENABLE SHARED SSL WINDOWS HOSTING PLANS CONTROL PANEL * Login to your...
To reference a domain in SSL use the following procedure depending on the type of SSL certificate you have purchased or was provided for with your hosting account. PRIVATE SSL CERTIFICATE: Just change the URL to HTTPS:// instead of HTTP:// HINT: If y...
You can purchase or request an SSL certificate for your domain name / website in two ways, self purchase or provide some information to support and we can handle it for you and just bill the cost of the certificate. HINT: If you edit your Registar infor...
HSTS and other security response headers are web page headers that convey details to the browser to enforce security settings. It is recommended that you enable them. Please use the instructions below for your type of web hosting plan Linux or Windows. ...
Today's modern browsers bring to light in the address bar if the site is secured (https) or not (http). Most browsers will even state what level of security the site has. However, often your website visitors feel safer when they actually see a seal of cer...
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