Sometimes we wonder why so many Lithuanian website owners ignore the importance of an SSL certificate.
ATTENTION! Let’s face it – websites without SSL certificates can lose potential customers. Did you know that an SSL certificate is not only a more secure site, more customer trust, but also a better position in Google search. Even about 60-70% of companies do not appreciate it.
You can always write us – together we will ensure the security of your website.
We can help you obtain and install a valid SSL certificate.
We provide answers to the most frequently asked queries:
- What is an SSL certificate?
An SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate is a useful tool for protecting all server and visitor information transmitted on a website (payment cards, personal data, logins, etc.). It is such an electronic document that is installed on a server and encrypts all information between the visitor and the server.
- Why do I need an SSL certificate?
The information is encrypted, so third parties cannot access the site visitor’s computer and server in order to gain access to the confidential information.
- What is the main function of an SSL certificate?
Protect confidential information held on the Website.
- What is the value of an SSL certificate?
Makes your site more secure, improves SEO results, and gives visitors confidence in your site.
- How do I know if my site has an SSL certificate installed?
Addresses of websites beginning with https: // indicate that these websites use an SSL certificate, and a lock icon appears next to the website’s address. (When the website doesn’t have an SSL certificate installed, you’ll see “http: //” at the beginning.)
The unbelievable fact is that only about 10% of websites were accessible via the HTTPS port a few years ago.
For those who are unsure about the implementation of an SSL certificate, we encourage you to consider whether your visitors would like the information they provide on the site to be visible to third parties.
Contact ELNIS team for more information on installing an SSL certificate on your website.