Remove Not Secure from your Website URL
Quick and Easy SSL Certificate Updates to Your Website
Have you noticed the words "Not Secure" appear in the browser bar next to your website address? This is due to your website's SSL Certificate that has expired, or you may not have had an SSL Certificate installed at all. Read on for more information on SSL Certificates and how you can get yours updated. It's easier than you think ;-)
What is an SSL Certificate?
SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. An SSL Certificate, also known as a Digital Certificate, establishes a secure link between your website and a visitor's browser. The SSL Certificate encrypts all information that passes over the connection. For example, SSL encryption helps protect personal information like passwords, credit card numbers, and other credentials.
Why are SSL Certificates Important?
Firstly an SSL Certificate provides an extra layer of safety of the users that visit your site. This is particularly important if you receive visitors' information on your site - for example through contact forms. Secondly, search engines such as Google prioritise listing sites with SSL Certificates in the Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs) ahead of those sites without SSL Certificates. Then lastly, your site looks much more professional with the words "Not Secure" removed from the browser bar through the installation of an SSL Certificate than it does without it, and in the digital space this kind of credibility is very important.
How do I get an SSL Certificate?
Installing an SSL Certificate requires purchasing such a certificate from a reputable service provider and then installing it on your website's back end. This is not a complicated procedure, but you need to know what you are doing. Talk to us to help you get yours installed today.
How will I know if my SSL Certificate is Installed?
Look for the lock that appears in the browser bar along with the prefix https, instead of http (without the 's') in front of your URL (website address) in the browser bar
We can help with updating your website's SSL Certificate. Read further to find out how the service works:
Full payment is required upfront.
100% money back guarantee if we are not successful in updating your site's SSL Certificate.
- We will need the link, username and password of the CPanel for your website as well as admin log in details to your website's back end. This information will be protected and destroyed upon work completion.
- Price quoted is for basic SSL certificate that is valid for 1 year on standard CMS systems - e.g. Wordpress. Other options are available, but price might vary.
Yes, I'd like to remove "Not Secure" from my website URL and update my SSL Certificate
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