How to secure your website with an SSL certificate

From July 2018 the popular Google Chrome browser will begin displaying a "not secure" message on all website's without a valid SSL certificate installed. That's all websites accessed over http:// instead of https://

To ensure your visitors have trust in your website consider installing an SSL certificate and configuring your site to be accessed over https.

SSL certificates offer numerous other advantages including improved search engine rankings, secure transfer of data and much more.

You have several options to secure your website through BoltHost:

Install our free certificate:
https://www.christopherbolt.com/support/knowledgebase/26/How-to-install-your-FREE-SSL-Certificates.html

Or purchase and install a paid certificate from us:
https://www.christopherbolt.com/support/knowledgebase/32/How-to-install-our-paid-SSL-certificates.html

All of our paid certificates offer advantages including warranties and site seals, some also offer validation of your business and display of your business name in the URL bar. To learn more about our SSL certificates head on over to our SSL certificates page: https://www.christopherbolt.com/support/store/ssl-certificates/

 

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