SSL Integration

Secure today, seize your tomorrow

Purpose-built, automated solutions that secure websites, connected devices, applications, and digital identities. Secure your website and increase consumer trust through a wide selection of industry-leading SSL certificates to fit the need of any sized business or use case.


The Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) is the most widely deployed security protocol used today. It is essentially a protocol that provides a secure channel between two machines operating over the Internet or an internal network. In today’s Internet focused world, the SSL protocol is typically used when a web browser needs to securely connect to a web server over the inherently insecure Internet.

Technically, SSL is a transparent protocol which requires little interaction from the end user when establishing a secure session. In the case of a browser for instance, users are alerted to the presence of SSL when the browser displays a padlock, or, in the case of Extended Validation SSL, when the address bar displays both a padlock and a green bar.


When you visit a simple HTTP website the connection is insecure. The data exchanged between server and client is in plain text. If someone intercepts the data between server and client, he can easily read the data. If you are sharing some sensitive information like password, credit card information, personal data, the attacker can easily get it. The attacker can get the session information and use it to login from other machines. So you should always exchange information securely, therefore integrate your website with SSL.


In SSL, data are transmitted in encrypted form. Even if someone intercepts and get your data, he will not able to extract information from the data. So your data are safe from the hackers. For transferring data securely both server and client agrees to use a code and use this code to encrypt and decrypt the data. In SSL web servers and browser use certificates for communicating with each other.

When someone visits the SSL integrated website the browser ask for the copy of the certificate from the website (server). If the certificate is trusted by the browser, it sends a message to the server. The server then responds with a digitally signed acknowledgement to start an SSL encrypted session. Now browser and the web server can exchange data securely.


  • For online transaction
  • For secure logins
  • For establishing a secure session
  • For secure data transfer
  • For secure database connection

We will help you to integrate your website with SSL by two ways which are as follows.

  • Installing your pre-existing SSL certificates on your server
  • Integrating new SSL on your website