SSL is an acronym for Secure Sockets Layer and what it does is encrypt the traffic going from your browser to the Web Server. SSL is really no longer a thing and has been replaced by TLS or Transport Layer Security. It is just still referred to as SSL for simplicity and old habits die hard as it were. Do to many regulations if you have any type of login or PII (Personal Identifiable Information) you maybe legally required to have an SSL to encrypt all of your website traffic or at least the the parts with logins and sensitive information. If you do notRead More →