MyWebHost.com includes a FREE domain-validated certificate SSL Certificate with our web hosting accounts.

Google says that they will begin penalizing sites that aren’t fully encrypted using an SSL for the whole site.

SSL encryption will be necessary, even if your web site is not using a shopping cart and/or if you do not take credit card information or other personal information through your web site. They say that soon you’ll pay a price in relation to search engine results and actual customer warnings in web browsers if you don’t have encryption site wide.

Some browsers say that soon, non-encrypted sites will be flagged with negative security indicators and actively labeled “not secure” in the address bar.

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Below is a definition of SSL Certificates:

An SSL Certificate (Secure Sockets Layer), also known as a Digital Certificate, creates an encrypted, secure link between a website and a website visitor’s browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, Forefox, etc).

SSL encryption prevents hackers from stealing private information such as credit card numbers, names and addresses.

Encryption keeps data from the website secure and private.

When your web site uses and SSL certificate, your browser will show https:// instead of http://

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