A good first step towards ensuring Web content traverses the Internet securely is with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology. SSL creates a secure connection between the Web server and client browser such that the information sent over the network cannot be read by a third-party.
To enable SSL security, the Web server needs to have signed “certificates” installed. Linuxpeak takes the hassle deploying SSL certificates with all Web applications fully supported. If you purchase an SSL certificate through Linuxpeak your Linuxpeak application will be automatically configured for you, eliminating manual intervention. Even if the information your Web application manages is not deemed highly-sensitive, using SSL is a good way of maintaining the integrity and identity of the application. For these reasons SSL is fast becoming a standard for all Web sites on the Internet.
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