Many businesses are now looking into purchasing a secure server licence (SSL) certificate for their website and for good reason. Starting October 2017, Google Chrome will show a ‘NOT SECURE’ warning when users enter text on a form on any HTTP webpage. This is a part of Google’s long term plan to mark all pages served over HTTP as “not secure” – in other words Google Chrome might eventually blacklist websites that are not served over HTTPS. As there are many websites that have payment, sign-up, contact, and other forms on their sites, it has become increasingly important for business owners to invest in purchasing an SSL certificate.
Fortunately, Sucuri are offering a free step-by-step beginner tutorial on how to implement SSL, install a free Let’s Encrypt certificate, and deal with any issues after implementing an SSL certificate. The guide also sheds some insight into what an SSL certificate is, types of certificate, creating the certificate, implementation procedure, and more. If implementing an SSL certificate is something you would like to try yourself, then be sure to read their new beginner guide right here: https://sucuri.net/guides/how-to-install-ssl-certificate
And of course, if you would like any assistance or professional help with acquiring and implementing an SSL certificate, then be sure to contact us: https://unidad22.com/contact-us.html