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When visitors load a website over plain HTTP, their connection to the site is not encrypted. With HTTPS, their connection to the site is encrypted

Avoiding the “Not Secure Warning” for websites without SSL certificates

Eventually, Chrome (Google) will show a Not Secure warning for all pages served over HTTP. You should plan to migrate your site to use HTTPS for all pages.

Can SSL certificate boost search engine rankings?
- That’s right!

That’s right, Google now uses SSL certificate as a ranking signal in their search algorithm, so that HTTPS websites are ranked higher than non-secure sites.

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Our certificates include SHA-2 and 2048-bit encryption – the strongest in the world. Hackers beware. SHA-2 (Secure Hash Algorithm 2) is a set of cryptographic hash functions designed by the United States National Security Agency (NSA).

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Do the best for your website

Do you know that when visitors load a website over plain HTTP, their connection to the site is not encrypted? This means anyone on the network can look at any information going back and forth, or even modify the contents of the site before it gets to them. With HTTPS, their connection to the site is encrypted, so eavesdroppers are locked out, and information (like passwords or credit card info) will be private when sent to the site. That is why Google recommends websites should have https (SSL Certificate) to protect customer information.

Resolve warnings – You can do it!

To ensure that the Not Secure warning is not displayed for your pages, you must ensure that all forms containing "input type=password" elements and any inputs detected as credit card fields are present only on secure origins. This means that the top-level page must be HTTPS and, if the input is in an iframe, that iframe must also be served over HTTPS.

Eventually, Chrome will show a Not Secure warning for all pages served over HTTP, regardless of whether or not the page contains sensitive input fields. Even if you adopt one of the more targeted resolutions above, you should plan to migrate your site to use HTTPS for all pages.

Boost SEO rankings for your website

That’s right, Google now uses SSL certificate as a ranking signal in their search algorithm, so that HTTPS or SSL-secured websites are ranked higher than non-secure sites.
Google’s so focused on security, in July of 2018, the Chrome browser started including “not secure” notices on all websites that lack a proper SSL certificate.

If your website relies on organic search from search engines ( as Google, Bing…), an SSL certificate is an immediate necessity..

HTTPS protects the integrity of your website

According to Google experts
"HTTPS helps prevent intruders from tampering with the communications between your websites and your users’ browsers. Intruders include intentionally malicious attackers, and legitimate but intrusive companies, such as ISPs or hotels that inject ads into pages.
Intruders exploit unprotected communications to trick your users into giving up sensitive information or installing malware, or to insert their own advertisements into your resources. For example, some third parties inject advertisements into websites that potentially break user experiences and create security vulnerabilities..."

HTTPS protects the privacy and security of your users

According to Google experts
"HTTPS prevents intruders from being able to passively listen to communications between your websites and your users.
One common misconception about HTTPS is that the only websites that need HTTPS are those that handle sensitive communications. Every unprotected HTTP request can potentially reveal information about the behaviors and identities of your users. Although a single visit to one of your unprotected websites may seem benign, some intruders look at the aggregate browsing activities of your users to make inferences about their behaviors and intentions, and to de-anonymize their identities. For example, employees might inadvertently disclose sensitive health conditions to their employers just by reading unprotected medical articles."

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SSL Certificate Plans

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Standard SSL
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Standard SSL (Wildcard) Premium SSL

$9.99 / year

$239.99 / year

$119.99 / year

Domain validation Same as Standard SSL plus: Same as Standard SSL plus:
SHA-2 & 2048-bit encryption. - Protect unlimited sub-domains - Extended validation.
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Warranty $100,000 USD

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Which SSL certificate is best for your website?

  • Standard SSLs
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  • Premium SSL
Standard level SSLs: are best for blogs and social websites. They validate domain name ownership and provide a $100,000 warranty against compromises.

A Unified Communications Certificate (UCC) is an SSL certificate that protects multiple domains and subdomains. UCC certificates can be used on LuckyRegister hosting products to protect multiple websites, but the websites must all be on the same hosting account.

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Wildcard SSL Certificate: Your common name and an unlimited number of related subdomains will be secured to the same level, making your visitors’ experience consistent and provide a $100,000 warranty against compromises.

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Premium High Assurance SSL EVs: are best for eCommerce websites. They validate domain ownership and provide top-level verification, including the High Assurance green address bar, along with a $1,000,000 warranty against compromise.

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