UPDATE : As per Google Chrome’s new update, the websites that aren’t encrypted with a SSL certificate will warn users on pages by showing it as “Not Secure”. Research says, almost 85% of visitors would leave a site if they saw this warning. KNOW MORE
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|ScanSSL Issuer||ResultComodo EV|
|ScanIssue Date||ResultMar 13 23:59:89 GMT|
|ScanExpiry Date||ResultMar 13 23:59:89 GMT|
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A. How about we begin with the nuts and bolts: The full form of SSL is Secure Sockets Layer. SSL is the standard security protocol for building up a protected and encrypted link between two points on the web — say your PC and a web server. It has since been refreshed to SSL/TLS or Secure Sockets Layer/Transport Layer Security, however it is as yet referred to just as SSL for effortlessness. It is additionally the reason for secure HTTP or HTTPS — it is essentially a site transported through HTTPS that goes through a secure, well protected, encrypted connection.
A. Data is an indispensable asset for any organization, and websites are the storehouse of this data whether be it personal data of clients or their credit card details. Losing it could cost heavy to enterprises. Hence it becomes crucial for the websites to protect themselves from data breach, man in the middle attacks, malware attacks, hacking, etc. WIPLON provides a host of solutions to protect yourself and your clients from these vulnerabilities.
A. Chrome has been taking measures to inform users when they’re on an unencrypted HTTP website, adding notifications to more and more sites over the last couple of years. Google announced it will be taking that one step further, labeling all HTTP sites as “not secure” starting with the release of Chrome 68. You can see what that will look like in the image. “Chrome’s new interface will help users understand that all HTTP sites are not secure, and continue to move the web towards a secure HTTPS web by default,” Google said in a statement. Chrome 68 is scheduled to be released in July 2018.
A. Generally it takes less than 30 mins to get an SSL installed on your website.
A. Yes, absolutely. You can purchase an SSL from us and put it on your website even if it is hosted somewhere else.