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    • We check that your site has a correct SSL certificate installed and that it’s not expired.
    • We make sure that all pages, posts and mixed content on your site are loaded securely via HTTPS mode
    • We perform a site security check with related report
    • We use no additional Plugin to make it works
    The purchase of an SSL certificate, if the site hosting does not include it, has to be managed by the customer. We’ll take care of applying and activating it in case.
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    HTTPS SSL Setup


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    How to check if you have a SSL certificate

    The safest and easiest way to find out if you have an SSL certificate to use for your site in order to set up HTTPS, is to send an email to your Hosting service (the hosting is where your site resides, some examples: Bluehost, SiteGround, GoDaddy, HostGator, etc.). Alternatively, you can purchase our complete Site Check-up service and we’ll take care of doing a check for you.

    What makes this service essential

    Meet the Google requirements by enabling your WordPress SSL

    Today it is necessary to serve your WordPress from HTTPS as Google (rightly) will not only show a warning box “drive visitors” as we call it, in which it highlights the possible security threat and any viruses that result from visiting the site but it will also penalize the positioning of the site on the search engine!

    Total coverage

    The process that our WordPress security expert will complete is extremely detailed and will cover all security aspects regarding SSL and HTTPS to ensure that your site and its contents are loaded securely and encrypted.

    Google article on the need for SSL in WordPress

    In recent years, we have moved to a more secure web by strongly advocating that sites adopt HTTPS encryption. And over the past year, we’ve also helped users understand that HTTP sites aren’t secure by gradually marking a larger subset of HTTP pages as “unsafe.” Starting in July 2018 with the release of Chrome 68, Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as “unsafe”.

    [Crediti- Google Online Security Blog – Next Steps Toward More Connection Security]

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