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Secure your site with FREE SSL Certificate from Omnibasis

With just a few clicks, you can add SSL to your website on Omnibasis at no cost all, absolutely FREE, including FREE auto-renewals. No need to bounce back and forth between Omnibasis and a third party provider - you can get a world-class website and SSL encryption all under one roof with our built-in integration!

Omnibasis platform integrated with free Let’s Encrypt™ SSL certificates that work together to give your site a nice boost in both SEO as well as security. With our powers combined, your sites will be better than ever - which is great news for your bottom line!

Why do you need a secure website?

Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge and other browsers will display a “Not Secure” warning next to the website in the address bar if the site is not secured with HTTPS since those websites can insecurely transmit payment and personal information.

If you don’t have a secure, encrypted connection to your website then your potential customers will be told by Chrome: Not Secure. You need a trusted SSL certificate to proceed. That’s why Omnibasis offers FREE SSL certificates for your sites.

What is SSL?

“SSL” is short for Secure Sockets Layer. It’s how your website communicates with each visitor when they browse, buy products or services, and share information through your website. By adding an SSL certificate you ensure that only you and the website visitor can “read” the information transmitted and that is how SSL creates a safe connection for all communication between your site and site visitors.

What does an SSL certificate do?

An SSL certificate works to create an encrypted connection between your visitor’s browser and the server. A secure session is established via a “handshake” process, that involves a back-and-forth between the web browser and the Omnibasis server, and it occurs behind the scenes — all without interrupting the shopping or browsing experience. Simply said, a SSL certificate works to protect and encrypt valuable information passed between the two parties.

Does your website really need an SSL certificate?

Visitors to your site will see a message in the browser “Not Secure” if it is not protected with a valid  SSL certificate. It is very important if you collect data or accept payments to make sure this is done over secure connection.

Accept payment securely

If you plan to accept any major credit cards online, you’ll likely need a merchant account, and all of them will require you to use a SSL certificate. Would you want to put your customers at risk of having their credit card information stolen while shopping on your site? Omnibasis omniCommerce and omniPayments solutions also come with a built-in secure payment system that handles the credit cards or provides other methods of paying online.

Protect password logins

A major reason you might want to add a SSL certificate to your website is that in case any of your pages are password protected, that information can easily be stolen if you do not use SSL. All Omnibasis login and registration pages come with a SSL certificate and secure check authentication, called reCAPTCHA developed by Google. Anything that needs to be securely transmitted needs to operate under the safety net of an SSL certificate.

Secure all web forms

Not everyone collects money online. Some websites just collect information. These could be leads for potential customers or questionnaires about your patient’s medical history. If you are collecting even the most basic information such as name, address, phone number and email address, chances are you need to protect that information. All omniForms  data and omniChain assets on Omnibasis securely transmit and store your data.
Without a SSL certificate, form data can be intercepted. Do you want to take chances that your data is susceptible to hacking? Probably not.
This is why securing your online forms with an SSL certificate is a must.

SSL Certificates Earn Your Users’ Trust

When a user sees a SSL certificate, they can be confident that their data is secure when it is shared on your site. A SSL certificate adds credibility and trust to your website.

An SSL Certificate has SEO Benefits

Google’s search algorithm gives websites a boost in their search ranking if your website has a SSL certificate. It might not be noticeable, but it’s one of the many factors Google takes into consideration when calculating where in search results your website should be ranked.

Get FREE SSL certificate to your website

Omnibasis provides you with your own FREE SSL certificate. Simply login, navigate to omniSite settings, verify your site and request FREE SSL certificate. Omnibasis will initiate the SSL provisioning process and automatically install the certificate on your site. Get started today on Omnibasis.

About Omnibasis

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