SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificates enable encrypted communication between browsers and web servers. When a website has an SSL certificate, a lock will appear in the address bar. This is also what changes your HTTP URL to HTTPS. By showing a lock on HTTPS in your URL, you let your visitors know that your website is secure. The good news is that an SSL certificate is included in all of our Website Packages, which secures your site and protects sensitive information like credit card details.