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SSL Certificates

Give your website the SSL triple-lock!

Protect your website visitors with SSL from as little as 5p per day

Reassure your visitors with powerful security which protects usernames, passwords & more

From 23rd July any web page not running https with a valid SSL certificate will show a "Not Secure" warning in the Google Chrome address bar.

An SSL Certificate allows visitors to connect securely to your website, so that any sensitive or personal data is encrypted and safe during transfer.

Having an SSL certificate is also a positive ranking factor for your site's position in search results. This has been confirmed by Google to encourage webmasters to switch to SSL and create a safer, more secure Internet.

Our SSL Certificates display the green browser padlock which lets your website users know that your site is safe, secure and trustworthy.

Some of our more advanced certificates also display the green browser bar to provide extra reassurance to your website visitors.

If your website takes any form data then an SSL certificate is a must-have to ensure the security of your visitor's data and to give them the reassurance that they need when providing any details.

And from only £17.50 per year, with wildcard certificate options for multiple domain names, our SSL Certificates come at great prices as well!

Secure Your Site

Secure SSL Certificates

Reassure visitors & boost rankings

from just
£17.50
excluding VAT / year

  • Choice of SSL validation types
    to suit any website
  • Activates browser padlock (and green
    browser bar with Extended Validation)
  • Compatible with Freeola
    & third party hosting services
  • 256-bit encryption signed with
    a 2048-bit root
  • 100% Mobile-friendly and 99%
    web browser compatibility
  • Options for multiple websites

Our SSL Certificates are compatible with all of our hosting services (InstantPro Website Builder, VIP Hosting, Unlimited Hosting), so you'll always be able to secure your Freeola hosted website. They can also be used with any hosting provider that allows third party SSL certificates, or on your own web server, so even if you don't host with Freeola, you can still get an SSL certificate from us at a great price.

Want to learn more about securing your website with SSL?
Find out more in our "What is an SSL Certificate?" support guide.

What would you like to secure with your
SSL Certificate?

Why your website should be
Secured with SSL

Protect your website visitors and secure their trust

Protecting website visitors is of huge importance. If your website requires users to enter personal or sensitive information an SSL Certificate is vital. SSL protects your user’s details while reassuring them that you take web security seriously, which in turn means they’ll be more likely to return to your site in the future.

Secure your website and protect your reputation

Your reputation can make or break your website. If people see browser warnings, or notice you don’t have suitable security in place, your online standing could suffer badly. Ask yourself whether you’d do business with an online retailer if you felt that your personal data was at risk.

Boost your website's search engine rank and position

SSL can also help you to rank higher in search engines such as Google. With an increasing emphasis on websites to provide quality content but also present safe and secure platforms for people, an SSL Certificate can be an easy way to boost your rankings. What’s more, in the near future some browsers plan to begin flagging unsafe or unsecure sites so now is an ideal time to jump on the SSL bandwagon.

Help make the web a better place for everyone

The web can be a unsecure place, with some studies showing that only a staggering 3% of sites use encryption. With public awareness of online security growing and search engines pushing for a more secure web, the more websites that utilise SSL encryption, the sooner the internet can become a more secure place for everyone, whether you are a webmaster or simply a web user.

What would you like to secure with your
SSL Certificate?

Frequently Asked Questions

SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. SSL works by creating a secure connection between a website and your web browser, allowing all information to be transferred safely and securely.

When a visitor accesses your site, the web server will automatically send the visitor’s browser a copy of the secure certificate and a unique encryption-key. All data for that session is then sent in an encrypted format that can only be read by the visitor’s browser and the web server; keeping it safe from anyone else who attempts to intercept the data.

All that needs to happen for the secure certificate to be set up on your website, is to confirm your details as the legitimate owner of the website. Once established, the set up of the certificate on your website can be fully automated if you’re a Freeola web hosting customer. Simple instructions are provided for SSL customers who want to use their certificate with websites hosted elsewhere.

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