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Why buy an SSL certificate
Gopal at Thu Aug 2018 12:19:54

Why buy an SSL certificate

1. Rock-solid security -: HostNetIndia SSL certificates provide upto 128 or 256-bit encryption for maximum security of your website visitors' data

2. Boost customer confidence -: Many customers actively look for the SSL lock icon before handing over sensitive data. Get an HostNetIndia SSL certificate to increase your customer's trust in your online business.

3.Better SEO rankings - : Google gives higher rankings to websites secured with SSL certificates. Which means SSL certificates are critical if you're serious about your online business.

4. HostNetIndia Secure Seal -: Your certificate comes with a Comodo Secure Seal that serves as a constant reminder to customers that your site is protected

5. Frequently asked Questions

(I)-: What is an SSL Certificate? - An SSL Certificate is a digital certificate issued for a domain by a central authority called the Certificate Authority. To be issued an SSL Certificate, you must...

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How To Secure Your Site With HTTPS
Ajay at Wed Feb 2018 13:05:59

How To Secure Your Site With HTTPS

What is Internet Security: Protecting In-Transit Information

It's very crucial to protect your sensitive information when using the web. We hear the news Every day, about stealing of private information like credit cards credentials, internet bank logins, email passwords, and social networks travel over the web—so obviously we think how to secure these information. That’s why internet security measures like encryption are becoming mandatory.

At the other hand client-side security solutions like regular operation system updates, firewalls and antivirus software are widely used; the important thing here is server side security. This is because accessing the Internet involves connections between several computers, not just your own. This means that your data, like passwords, credit card credentials, and post to social networks, are “traveling” over a networ...

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