Encrypting your website is no extreme measure. It is where we are all heading, and a very good move at that. Your browser will soon alert you when you visit an unencrypted site.
Chrome and Firefox have started the process and others will follow. Google's goal is to place a “Not secure” badge in the address bar of all unencrypted websites, even when the site contains no login or credit card forms.
What is a Website Certificate?
HTTPS employs SSL or TLS encryption to prevent third parties from spying on and manipulating the communication between the website and the visitor. Fake responses and redirects can lead you to dangerous websites with malicious content.
An encryption certificate not only encrypts traffic, but guarantees the authenticity of your site. The authority issuing the certificate requires proof of identity before issuing a certificate.
How Can I Get a Certificate?
HTTPS and encryption is an easy way to increase trust in your site. The procedure is quite uncomplicated. As customer and site owner, you can buy a so-called SSL or TLS certificate from us. This certificate is unique for your site, and we will install it for a regular fee. The only requirement is that your server must support HTTPS.
Let Pixelant Help You Out
Contact us, and we will help you get encryption going on your site. We buy, install and maintain the certificate for a monthly fee.