As you may have heard Google Chrome and other browsers are starting to show a warning to users when they access a website that does not use https. This is what makes a website appear as secure in the address bar
Previously you only needed this if you were running an online shop and customers entered their card details into a form on the actual website but there is a global push to make this the norm for all websites.
To enable this on your website you need something called an SSL certificate. You then need to make some modifications to your website so that it uses “https” instead of “http” to transmit data to and from your customers as they view your website.
We’re offering this service to all customers that host their website with us for a one off setup fee. Other providers are charging yearly but we are only charging for the one-time setup and offering the certificate free.
This will only work for customers on our servers.