Magento SSL Setup Service
While purchasing online, customers are concerned about one thing – their payment and address info privacy and security. Over 80% of users will leave your site if it looks insecure. And the easiest way to fix it is to implement an SSL certificate. Being enabled in Magento backend, HTTPS ensures the safety of your clients’ vulnerable data. Furthermore, Google ranks websites that use security protocols higher. It means that Magento 2 stores with HTTPS will likely get more visitors from search engines.
The final service cost can be different due to the individual settings, configuration, and customizations implemented on your website. You will be additionally consulted in case additional costs should be involved.
Magento 2 SSL Setup Services include:
Installing the certificate on Apache or Nginx and setting Magento login and checkout pages on HTTPS protocol
Enable Magento redirects to HTTPS
If you are using cPanel, Plesk, iWorx, etc. as a hosting control panel, we’ll install SSL as well
The whole procedure of implementing Magento SSL certificate and configuring the platform takes about an hour or two; it may take longer if any issues appear. If this happens we will do our best to make your store run as soon as possible.
Build up trust and improve your reputation in search engines with Magento SSL Setup service from Amasty!
How does the SSL Certificate work?
Say, you installed an SSL certificate. How will it protect your store?
When someone opens your store, the browser and the web server will create a secure SSL connection. Then the client checks SSL certificate information and validates it via certificate authority. If this certificate meets all the requirements, the browser and server exchange the private and public keys. These keys are used to encrypt and decrypt the information transferred between the client and the server. This process is also known as SSL Handshake.
Also, after enabling the SSL certificate, you will have 2 URLs: the old one http://example.com and a secure one https://example.com. So you need to force SSL to all Magento store visitors by enabling redirects. Else, part of your visitors may use the Magento 2 website with disabled HTTPS.
Will your team enable redirect HTTP to HTTPS in Magento 2?
Sure, the configuration of HTTP to HTTPS redirects in Magento 2 is a part of our service. Our team will not only enable the needed redirect but also test your website on any other issues that may occur after Magento SSL configuration.
Why do you need to hire a specialist to enable SSL in Magento?
To configure Magento 2 to use SSL, you need to know how to install and set it up. This process requires savvy system administration skills. Otherwise, you may face issues like creating endless redirects of Magento 2 from HTTP to HTTPS or disabling SSL provoked by Varnish in Magento 2. That’s why we recommend handing this task to professionals, who know for sure how to enable and what SSL configuration to use in Magento to avoid mistakes or incorrect store operations.
But what happens when you don’t force HTTPS redirects for the Magento 2 website?
Using the SSL certificate is one of the basic security practices recommended by Magento. But what happens when you don’t have HTTPS?
Here are just some of the consequences:
- confidential information, like personal data and payment details might be accessed by hackers;
- Google can downrank your website in SERPs;
- you may experience Man in the Middle (MITM) attacks;
- Google will display the warning message to inform users that your website doesn’t have a security certificate. This may be harming your brand reputation and customers’ trust as well as prevent site pages from being displayed in some browsers.
Protect your store with Magento 2 SSL Setup Services
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- Access the Stores menu and click Configuration.
- Select Web in the General tab.
- Expand the Base URLs (Secure) section.
- Update the Secure Base URL to HTTPS.
- Set the Use Secure URLs on Storefront and Use Secure URLs in Admin options to Yes.
Magento SSL, also known as Secure Sockets Layer, is a special security protocol that allows you to keep internet connection safe using encryption. This protocol allows you to exchange sensitive information and prevent criminals from reading and modifying it.