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What is SSL Secure?

 
How a SSL secure URL begins
How a SSL secure URL begins
 
SSL Certificates are small data files that digitally bind a cryptographic key to an organization's details. When installed on a web server, it activates the padlock and the https protocol and allows secure connections from a web server to a browser. This means your information is secure at all times, and does not get stolen or misused.

How can I know if DailyPetition.com is SSL Secure?

 
DailyPetition Secure on Firefox
DailyPetition Secure on Firefox
 
DailyPetition Secure on Chrome
DailyPetition Secure on Chrome
 
If a site uses SSL, like DailyPetition.com does, to encrypt user data and keep it private, you will see that the URL (the address or the link) of the website begins in the browser with https:// and is usually green.

What kind of SSL Secure Cetificate do you use?

 
Comodo SSL Certificate
DailyPetition.com uses a Comodo SSL Certificate
 
We use one of the strongest available encryption certificate, a Comodo SSL Certificate. You can test our certificate with a third-party here: Qualys SSL Labs