FIX-SSL Web Security Data Encryption Solutions for Online Businesses Launched

Web security company FIX-SSL has launched a simple SSL solution for online companies and websites. SSL stands for secure socket later and works by creating a secure connection between a user’s web browser and the company they are communicating with.

Apex, United States - May 17, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Online web security company FIX-SSL has launched secure socket layer (SSL) products for online businesses. The company offers SSL certificates to secure web browsers and servers for company’s web visitors.

More information can be found here: https://fix-ssl.com

An important aspect of online commerce is for customers to have a secure connection, especially when private and sensitive information like credit card information is being used.

FIX-SSL offers a simple solution for online businesses to get security to protect their customers’ private information. SSL works by creating a secure connection between the user’s web browser and the server of the company they are communicating with.

The information that is traded between the user and the online company is kept private and secure by encrypting the information before its sent and decrypting it once its received.

The SSL process eliminates the danger of information being intercepted along the way, because if someone does manage to access the information while it’s being sent, it will be encrypted and unable for the hacker to comprehend.

Benefits of being SSL certified include encryption (data security), data integrity, authenticity, looking more professional, faster mobile loading and allowing sites to take payments.

There are a few different ways users can know if a website is secure. Often the URL of a secure site will start with HTTPS instead of HTTP. Also most browsers including Chrome and Safari will notify the user whether or not the site is secure by displaying a message bar or padlock icon.

Any website that does not have an SSL certificate will notify the user and could deter potential customers from visiting a site and making purchases online. In order for an online company to enable SSL security, the website needs to have a SSL certificate. FIX-SSL is a safe, reliable way to buy the certificate.

One online testimonial reads, “I’ve used FIX-SLL and their parent company RevenueBrew before and I am always satisfied. My site is now secure for my buyers, and it’ll renew every year. Couldn’t be easier.” Websites looking for a simple web security solution can find more information at the link above.

Contact Info:
Name: Mike taylor
Email: Support@Fix-SSL.com
Organization: FIX-SSL
Address: 300 Pinewood Dr, Apex, NC 27502, United States
Phone: +1-919-598-7131

For more information, please visit http://fix-ssl.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 346720

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