SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is the name of the technology that encrypts the communication between a browser and a web (or email) server. This changes the standard HTTP (hypertext transfer protocol) to HTTPS which adds encryption. This site is secure; you can see the green lock in the header. Why is this important? Well, eCommerce sites absolutely need to be secure since users will be entering private information. It is absolutely essential to encrypt that information. But what if you aren't processing financial transactions? Do you still need SSL? We monkeys say enthusiastically YES! and believe that in the future all sites
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