Is this some kind of social security paper that we need? Oh no, it has to do with your website and how it will be viewed on the internet. First of all, what does SSL stand for? It is short for Secure Sockets Layer. It is how small businesses communicate with consumers and share information online about their goods and services.
An SSL certificate protects your site and those who visit it from digital bugs or nasty web creatures. When an Internet user attempts to send confidential information to a Web server, the user's browser will then access the server's digital certificate and establish the secure connection that you expect. In the future, if a website does not have one it will display “not secure” in the URL bar at the top of the page.
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