SSL

Green Padlock next to a Browser's Address Bar showing you that this website is secure.

SSL stands for Secure Socker Layer.

You can think of the Secure Socket Layer like an envelope that any sensitive data, such as Credit Card Numbers, Names, Addresses, or any other persional information is sealed inside.

It would be a really bad idea to put your Credit Card Number in an envelope, but because any data sent using SSL is encrypted, only the sender (your visitor or customer) and the recipient (your website) is able to open the envelope.

At Repair IT!, we respect your security and your customer's privacy. All websites designed for you by us, come with a Free SSL Certificate.