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SSL Certificates – What They Are and Why Your Website Needs One

SSL Certificates – What They Are and Why Your Website Needs One

SSL certificates are one of the most important security features of a website and are essential for any company that trades online. Surprisingly, however, over 38% of websites still don’t have an SSL certificate. Indeed, many owners are unsure of what they are, what they do and why websites need them. In this post, we’ll …

Casting a Spell – The Wizardry of SSL Encryption

Casting a Spell – The Wizardry of SSL Encryption

As the younger generation might put it, SSL encryption is pretty wicked. This fiendishly clever technology turns data sent between a user’s browser and your website into garbled nonsense; so, if it gets intercepted by hackers on route, the nightmare of seeing your customer’s credit card details vanish into thin air isn’t going to happen. …

How to Accept PayPal and Card Payments on Your Website

How to Accept PayPal and Card Payments on Your Website

One of the most important features of any eCommerce site is the ability to accept payments from customers. Without it, you can’t trade, so it is crucial that this is set up and integrated into your site before it is launched. In this post, we’ll look at the payment options available to you and what …

Google and SSL Certificates

Google and SSL Certificates

  Neglected by many for a long time over fears of slow response times that could impede on their search engine rankings, SSL certificates are now making their way from something that is only applied to the busiest of websites to something that is in use on all websites all over the web. This change …

Developing a Secure Website

Developing a Secure Website

Security is one of the most important considerations to make when developing a website as this one of the primary factors that can affect the confidence that your visitors have in your website. When running an online store or a website in which your visitors or customers are going to be entering their personal information, …

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