SSL encrypts information sent between your website and a visitor’s web browser so that it cannot be read as it is sent across the internet.
SSL stands for secure sockets layer and it’s most commonly used when websites request sensitive information from a visitor, like a password or credit card number.
If you’ve ever bought anything online, you’ve probably used SSL without realising it. Most web browsers display a padlock when you’re viewing a site over SSL, so you know the connection is secure.
The address of pages viewed over SSL also normally starts https://, instead of http://.
When you buy SSL, you’re actually buying an SSL certificate. This is issued by a trusted authority and identifies your site or business. You can then install this onto your domain name in order to encrypt pages on your website. Eye on Security is making this easy for you ,we’ll automatically install your SSL Certificate for you