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How To Get The Cheapest Comodo SSL Certificates

In this article, we show how to get the cheapest Comodo SSL certificates in  Nigeria to help keep your website secure and make your customers comfortable with transacting on your site. Comodo is the largest certificate authority in the world that offers the quickest and most effective way to secure your website accessible via the …

How to Get HTTPS for Your Website in Nigeria (2022 Guide)

This article includes everything you need to know in order to get the HTTPS tag on your website and where to buy cheapest SSL certificates in Nigeria. HTTPS means secure HTTP connection. HTTPS means website communications are encrypted and are channelled through port 443 instead of the ordinary port 80, thus secure transfer of data. Hypertext Transfer …

How to get A Free SSL Certificate in Nigeria For Your Business

Truehost Nigeria provides free SSL certificate in Nigeria. This free SSL package was created to help startups get off the ground. In this article, we explain how you can get yours. There are several ways of getting Free SSL Certificate in Nigeria. We have listed them below for you: Buy Gold or Platinum Webhosting at …

Why You Must Have an SSL certificate for Your Website in Nigeria

Have you been wondering why you need to have that green lock on your website? Is it important? In this article, we explore why you must have an SSL certificate for your websites. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a server and a client—typically a web …

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