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Where would I use an SSL Certificate?

Any instance, where you wish information on your website to be transmitted across the internet in a safe and secure manner.

  • Information being sent between your web site (and its web server) and your user's Internet browser.
  • A corporate intranet requiring secure communications.
  • Any emails being sent to and from your private email or network.
  • Transmission of information between internal and external servers.
  • Mobile communications, both sending and receiving.
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