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Get your website security at a price of a coffee

Domains.co.za is helping to make the Internet a more secure environment in which to conduct business, pursue leisure activities and socialise with the launch of Secure Socket Layers (SSL) certificates at R25.month including installation.

A Secure Socket Layers, or SSL, certificate encrypts online data that is being sent or received while Internet users navigate websites. This data typically includes sensitive information such as telephone numbers and credit card details. By creating a secure connection between the user’s computer and the server that a particular website is hosted on, potential customers receive peace of mind.

“For the price of a good coffee, website owners who are also hosting with us can enjoy the added peace of mind that comes with knowing that communications between web users and their website, is securely encrypted to increase online privacy and minimize online eavesdropping and man-in-the-middle attacks,” said Wayne Diamond, MD of Domains.co.za.

Not only do SSL certificates provide essential online security but also improve SEO rankings across the world’s major search engines.

Domains.co.za is offering SSL security on any new or existing shared website hosting and any new or existing Site Builder hosting option. An SSL certificate allows web browsers to validate the website with a “secure padlocked” icon on the URL.

This guarantees visitors peace of mind when it comes to their online security. Top reasons to add an SSL Certificate to your website:

  • Google will give your website (or Site Builder website) a ranking boost if you have a valid SSL Certificate
  • The more local websites become synonymous with up-to-date SSL certificates, the more South Africans are likely to feel confident interacting and transacting with them.
  •  Provides added security not only for your clients, but yourself as well ensure online brand trust and grow a loyal customer base when using an SSL certificate on your website.

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