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An SSL certificate is a digital signature that encrypts data between a site and a user using the secure HTTPS protocol. All personal data provided by the user on the secure site, including passwords and bank card data, is securely encrypted and not available to third persons. Browsers automatically recognize secure sites and display a small green or black lock next to their name in the address bar (URL).
All information entered by users on the site is transmitted via the securely encrypted HTTPS protocol.
Google’s search engine prefers sites with SSL certificates and ranks them higher in search results.
The lock in the browser address bar ensures that the site is not fraudulent and can be trusted.
SSL Certificates allow you to install geoposition services and browser push notifications for a site.
We take care of our customers' security by offering SSL certificates at the most affordable prices.
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We offer many types of SSL certificates suitable for any Internet-related projects
All SSL certificates acquired from us are compatible with 99.3% of browsers.
We are an official reseller within the territory of the USA.
SSL certificate (Secure Sockets Layer Certificate) signed by the Certificate Authority contains a Public Key and a Secret Key. To install the SSL certificate and switch to the HTTPS protocol, you need to install the Secret Key on the server and make the necessary settings.
After successful installation of the SSL certificate, browsers will consider your site secure and display this information in the address bar.