INCREASE YOUR WEBSITE SECURITY
GET SSL SECURITY CERTIFICATE - FIRST STEP FOR TRUSTING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN YOU AND YOUR CUSTOMERS
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SSL Provides Trust & Security
Siteguarding offers the strongest encryption and value-add features to ensure your website is protected and all private information is highly secured.
Your customers and visitors will know that their browsing session is safe, and the payment details and personal information is kept secure and encrypted and will never be stolen.
Get More Customers
Google recently introduced HTTPS as a ranking signal. Using SSL encryption technology on your website will Boost your Google Ranking! When you install SSL certificate on your site you show your customers that you care about their privacy and security. You don't have to worry about your customer's private information can be stoled anymore.
Siteguarding SSL security certificate is trusted by every application, browser, or device. Your visitors will automatically trust your SSL security.
Our SSL certificates will increase customer's confidence and help your website reach its full potential. Install security certificate and get more sales.
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When you choose to go with our secured web hosting you will never have to worry about your website being hacked again. You get fast web hosting and a REAL website protection service already included in price.
Even if your website is getting hacked our security experts and engineers are more than happy to help you find and remove any malware and backdoors from your website at no additional coast. We fix all the bugs and backdoors on your website to prevent future attacks.
What is SSL Security Certificate
Basically when we say that a website is being served over the https protocol – all what we are really saying is that the data that gets transmitted from the web browser to the web server is secure and encrypted. And you know they're using https protocol because you can look in the upper left corner of your url bar and you see that it says HTTPS instead of the usual HTTP. And you also see some kind of lock indicator showing that the connection is secure. That lock doesn't just show that the connection is encrypted but it also shows that the certificate that was used in the encryption process is valid and was issued by a valid certificate issuing authority.
Why Do I Need it
And there is still a few reasons why you might want to serve your content over HTTPS. The first is that in doing so it ensures your visitor that the content is coming from your site (not from the third party domain) because you verify that you control the domain. And because it's encrypted it ensures that it hasn't been tampered. And the second reason is because of SEO or search engine optimization. Back in august of 2014 Google announced that they will be treating site served over https as a ranking signal. So if you want to rank higher than your competitors then you should serve your site over HTTPS. At first glance it might not make much sense why Google want to penalize some cooking blog for not serving its content over HTTPS. However, I suspect one of the main reasons is because they want to ensure quality content and because you have to take a few extra steps in order to serve your site over HTTPS including purchasing an SSL certificate. It shows that you're more invested in your site and probably its a signal that your site is going to contain higher quality content than someone who doesn't bother to take those steps.
Stay Safe and Secure
Basically in a nutshell what you need to do is you need to go and purchase an SSL certificate from a certificate authority and then install it onto your web server. There's a couple of main issue authorities but we wouldn't recommend buying from resellers. We are an authorized SSL certificate seller so we offer much better prices. There's a couple different kinds of SSL certificates and which one you need to get will probably depend on your needs. But the one thing you want to make sure is that the certificate you get it uses the sha-2 or sha-256 encryption protocol. And the reason for that is because Google and Microsoft are no longer recognizing sha-1 certificates. You should remember if you want to provide your customers with a safe secure environment on your website you need to get some web security! There are always people on Internet who would like nothing better than to steal your customers information and credit card numbers and if visitors don't feel safe on your website they won't want to do business with you that means you are going to lose customers and money.