HTTPS is giving Warning

A common problem faced in Linux Virtual Private Server


What is SSL?

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a standard security technology for organizing an encrypted link between a website server and a web browser in an online communication.

The Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol has always been utilized to encrypt and protect transmitted data.

The utilization of SSL based technology makes certain that all data transmitted between the server of a website and a browser remains encrypted.

When SSL certificate is installed on a website or server, it authorizes a highly secure connection between the server and the web browser that associates to it.

What is the use of SSL?

Once SSL installed on a website the website's URL is prefixed with "https" instead of normal "http" and a padlock is displayed on the address bar of the browser. If the website uses an EV (extended validation) SSL certificate, then the browser may also display a green address bar. We provide free SSL certificate with our Linux Virtual Server and also Linux Cloud Hosting.

What are the Advantages of SSL?

1. If you have installed the SSL your website looks more professional

2. Secure for online payment

3. Better ranking in Google search

4. Increase Brand value

Why we need SSL?

If we need a secure connection to our website so we need to install SSL for website hosting India.

One of the major important factors in creating a successful online business is assurance of customers. one of the way to achieve this is by securing your website with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificates, making sure that all your customer information, credential, personal data, are communicated safely between your website server and a web browser.

If SSL is not installed on your website so below warning message will come.

ssl-warning-message

To avoid this issue we need to install SSL certificate for the website, so we will not get HTTPS warning message and Once SSL installed on a website the website's URL is prefixed with "https" instead of normal "http" and a padlock is displayed on the address bar of the browser. If the website uses an EV (extended validation) SSL certificate, then the browser may also display a green address bar.