What’s an SSL certificate?
Get a Free SSL Certificate on our all web hosting plans! An SSL certificate is a small data file that uses a cryptographic key to digitally tie your company’s identity with the files that are stored on your webserver. The idea is to prove the identity of the publisher of a webpage and to reduce the likelihood of a visitor accessing sensitive areas of a website without the appropriate security. More about SSL
We offer Free SSL Certificate on our all of web hosting plans
When a website has been secured with an SSL certificate, a visitor will see a padlock icon in their web browser and they’ll be connected to the site using the https:// protocol. With the SSL certificate in place and the user accessing the site through https, the connection between the browser and the web server has been secured and sensitive information can safely be transferred.
That’s why people use SSL certificates on e-commerce websites and other types of website that process credit card transactions and other financial information. We offer free SSL certificates with all hosting plans.
You can use this certificate in content management systems such as WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, etc. or any other type of website. You can use this free SSL in the first stage of launching your website because you have a limited budget.
Free SSL is very popular despite its attractiveness and no need to pay. If you do not own an online ecommerce or do not need to activate an online payment gateway for your customers, you may not be aware of the differences between a free and standard security certificates. Because the security of your site becomes vital when you need to receive sensitive information from your users. Information that could be leaked could cause a lot of problems for your business, such as account or identity information or personal information.
SSL Certificate is one of the most important part of any website today. Many browsers do not allow you to log in to the Website unless you have this certificate installed. Free certificates are a bit lower in terms of validity than non-free certificates, but they are definitely better installed than not having SSL!
Free SSL is one of the important features that many users care about. Using SSL can have many benefits. By using security certificates, your users will feel more secure because they are sure that all the data they share with your site will be encrypted. This means that if you do not use the SSL certificate on your website, you will lose customer trust.
If you get the hosting service from another company, it is not possible for us to install a free ssl certificate on your web site. If you got the hosting service from another company, you can use our free ssl certificate service by transferring it to DediData. You do not need a dedicated ip to install ssl and no other additional costs are required. The ssl certificate will issue for all domains and subdomains created into hosting service.
After ordering the hosting service, activating free ssl takes about 1 day. If you are in a hurry, you can create a ticket in the support section so that activation can be done faster if possible.
Currently there is no limit to the number of ssl certificates (except for the number of certificates per week for each domain), but there is no guarantee that we will continue this service in the future (this does not mean that the service is problematic, but with Due to the fact that the certificates are received from another company, we can not guarantee the provision of services by that company at any time)
We do not accept responsibility for non-automatic renewal of the ssl certificate after its expiration, possible ssl problems while working with the service, failure to create the certificate after resetting the hostings, etc., but we do our best to follow up and resolve the issues. Although on most sites, a free ssl certificate is issued without problems (nearly 100% of sites), we have no guarantee that an SSL certificate will be issued. For a handful of sites, there may be a temporary or permanent error when issuing an ssl certificate.