SSL cetificate

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  1. 1paket.com

    1paket.com New Member

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    Is SSL certificate the best way to make your web site secure?
     
  2. DHDdirect

    DHDdirect New Member

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    There are so many aspects to it. SSL level of encryption, secure coding, strong passwords to backend sections, and security of the server in general.
     
  3. stach14

    stach14 New Member

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    SSL only encrypts the communications from the server to the client, and client to the server. This does not protect against vulnerable software exploits. All server software and web site php applications should be updated regularly and effective firewall use in place. Account access to the server should be limited and strong passwords enforced and changed often.
     
  4. forhad2anty

    forhad2anty New Member

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    thank u so much..........
     
  5. SiberForum

    SiberForum New Member

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    Secure for what? Or from What? SSL veryfies your site's authentity but doesn't protect it from attacks.
     
  6. jumpingspider

    jumpingspider New Member

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    The primary purpose of a SSL certificate is to provide you (the "user" if you will) with non-forgeable proof of the identity of the website you are connecting to. Another purpose is to ensure the data exchanged between your browser and the site you are connecting to cannot be read, deciphered or decrypted by a third party who may be tapping in to the data exchange between your Browser and the remote server!
     
  7. Mediumcube

    Mediumcube New Member

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    I think SSL helps to make your web site more secure.
     
  8. 1paket.com

    1paket.com New Member

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    Thanks to everybody for your replies.
     
  9. Mediumcube

    Mediumcube New Member

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    SSL is good for protection your web site.
     

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