What are HTTPS and SSL?
Look at the top of your web browser, in the address bar. You will see the URL for this page on our website, with a little green padlock next to it and the https: reference in green. This means our site is secure for people who are browsing it, meaning any details they enter are protected and encrypted.
To make a website secure, you or your Web Developer must purchase an SSL cerficate, which you install at your web host to make your site secure.
What Do They Stand For?
HTTPS = Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure
SSL = Secure Socket Layer
What Should I Do Next?
If I were you, I would hurry up and make the switch to https before your website is affected!
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