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Google has announced that beginning in January 2017, they will flag sites that store passwords or credit card information without SSL as insecure, as part of a long-term plan to mark all sites without SSL as insecure. That’s a huge initiative, and if your site doesn’t have SSL installed, it could seriously hurt your traffic and conversions.
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Only Sefa Tsegha and Akiode Segun Oluwatosin knew what I went through trying to secure Podlobe's website. I had intentionally left the SSL part of the registration out. I didn't see the need for it since we wouldn't be collecting people's infomation, until I listened to Sefa Tsegha's podcast on SSL.
That inspired to find out more. I realised it was not wise to leave a website unsecured. I went through the internet, learning ways to do it. I am the DIY kind of person, but after following "due" process, it still didn't work, locked myself out of the website and CSS Loadstyle won't work. Omo, I removed the whole thing mehnn! One time!
But thanks to Akiode Segun Oluwatosin, (he had faced similar issue and quickly recognised what I was going through). He reached out to me and encouraged me to try it again the Sefa's way!
And atlas, it worked! Just like that! The cheapest SSL certificate I know of out there is N7,000, not to mention installation fee your web manager will collect from you. But here is Sefa Tsegha offerring this for only N1,500!
What?! yeahhhh, only 1, 500 naira. Siddon there dey dull yoursef.
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