Get Free HTTPS (SSL) for your site
Have you a website and are you thinking to showing a green security lock with “https” on address bar make your website most valuable to users? Yes you are right. The green colored “https” with security lock really make a website more valuable to the visitors of the website. And also you are getting extra security for your website using SSL or the HTTPS.
You can find many web hosting company provide SSL/HTTPS by talking a cost for it. But do you know that you can get “https” with green security lock for your website FREE of cost from Cloudflare. It will not only make your website valuable and trusty, but also you will get an extra layer of security. It can block any attacker and malware and your website will be safe.
Register on Cloudflare and submit your site. Than change your domain nameservers so that Cloudflare can work. To see the process step by step click here. There are also premium plan available to make your site more secure. But it is really so nice to get free “https” for your site which can make your website more secure and valuable to visitors. And one important thing is that CloudFlare is designed to both accelerate and secure any website.
How Cloudflare protect your website:
system works somewhat like a content delivery network (CDN), but is designed to be much easier to setup and configure. Lets have a look at the below picture to understand:
How Cloudflare works: Left side picture without Cloudflare and right side picture when a website using Cloudflare.
From the above picture it should be clear that Cloudflare works as a firewall between your website and the visitors of your website. When it see normal visitors or crawlers it allow to access them to the website. When it find any attacker or hamfull to your website it will be blocked by Cloudflare and your website will be safe.
Now again I want to remember you that its free. So go and register. Also see the video how to setup Cloudflare for your website by clicking here . Also you can see the video of adding SSL or HTTPS for your WordPress site.