How to get FREE SSL certificate for your domain?

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How to get FREE SSL certificate for your domain? - Host My Website Online

SSL Certificates provide secure, encrypted communications between a website and an internet browser. SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, the protocol which provides the encryption. SSL Certificates were used to install on pages that require end-users to submit sensitive information over the internet like credit card details or passwords. Example pages include payment pages, online forms and login pages.

Why do I need an SSL certificate?

SSL is not just for a big e-commerce website. Even if your site is a static website which contains not even a contact form, you still need to have an SSL on your domain. Browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox started displaying warning notifying a visitor that the website is NOT secure. And Google gives priority to a website which has a valid SSL certificate in their search result. Do you want your website omitted from the Google search listing?

How do I get an SSL certificate for my domain?

There is a free, automated, and open Certificate Authority called Let’s Encrypt. Let’s Encrypt typically issues more than 500,000 certificates per day, and they are capable of issuing millions per day. As a responsible Webhost, we at Host My Website Online offering a FREE SSL certificate for your domain issued by Let’s Encrypt.

What do I do to activate the SSL?

Nothing! As soon as you place a hosting account order, we will request an SSL certificate for your domain from Let’s Encrypt. This step is manual and may take a few minutes to few hours, but once the certificate got issued and deployed, then the renewal process is automated.


Jaseer ET

Jaseer ET

Jaseer is the Operations Head at Host My Website Online; he helps Marketing team and Contents Specialists occasionally. Most of the time, he would be busy with optimising our server infrastructure.

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