How to install a Secure Sockets Layer or SSL Certificate?
by flashmakeit 6 years ago
Why would someone want a SSL Certificate?
by Jackie Grant 6 weeks ago
It seems that from July 2018 Google Chrome will be marking all sites that do not have an SSL certificate as 'not secure'. For your own personal websites have you been buying an SSL certificate for them or just leaving them? Do you think it makes a difference in search rankings to have an SSL...
by Carolee Samuda 5 years ago
A few weeks ago Hubpages SSL Certificate expired and we were told that the issue has been taken care of.The network that Hubpages is now hosted on does not allow for SSL certificates to be added to your domain. I should know, I have a site there. They claim that they protect your information on...
by Alison Graham 13 months ago
Over the past couple of days, I have had the following message when logging into my HubPages account on my iPad using the 'Lastpass' (password storage/protector ) app.SSL ISSUE CONTINUE?The certificate for this server is invalid. You might be connecting to a server that is pretending to be...
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