No more guessing if you’ve picked the right SSL type or vendor. With our newly launched Free Trials, you can try any SSL certificate for 30 days — no credit card required.Read more
HTTPS, the protocol that SSL enables on websites, is key to ensuring a more private web ecosystem where data is protected. When HTTPS is enabled, it ensures that the connection between a user’s browser and a website’s server is encrypted, preventing any third party from stealing any information shared over the connection. HTTPS is the reason why SSLs.com does what it does and also why there has been a massive campaign from major web browsers to ensure websites are secured by SSL.
Choosing an SSL isn’t always easy, whether you’re a newbie or wanting to try something new. That’s why we’re starting free trials this month. No more guessing if you’ve picked the right SSL type or vendor — try any SSL for free for 30 days, no strings attached. We’ll notify you of the launch via email, so stay tuned!Read more
Back in the bad old days of the Internet, online media consumption was not as convenient as it was today. Website pages tended to be simple and static, while Internet connections were slow. They were not designed to stream media.
Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is a protocol that allows remote access from one computing device to another over a network connection. A proprietary protocol developed by Microsoft, RDP is available on most versions of Windows.Read more
Swatting is the act of sending emergency services to a specific location under a false claim. A type of criminal harassment technique, swatting is commonly associated with the gaming community, but many other high-profile incidents have also occurred.
Software as a service (SaaS) is everywhere, so much so that you’ve likely used it in your everyday life without even realizing it. A type of web-based software that’s delivered via the Internet, SaaS is typically centrally hosted by a cloud provider, with users accessing it through a web browser or app. In addition, SaaS is usually subscription-based, with customers paying a monthly or annual fee to use the service.