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    SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a standard security protocol for establishing encrypted links between a web server and a browser in an online communication.

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    Currently, Google holds the browser usage majority of 50%, which is key of analytics reports they receive on a regular basis. Those sites running HTTPS connection will find difficulty in rankings because Google will discourage them.

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    SSL stands for “Secure Socket Layer”. it’s a security protocol which establishes an encrypted secure connection. If you wish to established an SSL connection on your web server you will required an SSLCertificate.

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    SSL is one of the most popular and inexpensive domain validation SSL certificates on the market. This hassle-free cert is an ideal entry-level solution, a perfect choice for websites such as blogs and personal pages that don't transact large amounts of user info.

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    In simple terms SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is one of the security technology which is used to establish a secure connection between web server and web browser. This secured link is in encrypted format, so it assures users that data which is passed between this links means web server and browser is private and original. SSL is an Industry standard protocol which is used by several websites for protecting their online transactions with their customers.
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