When you’ve got an SSL, you’re showing the world that your site’s legit and safe to visit. SSL certificates create a secure connection for customers to browse, shop and share their information (like credit card data and addresses) on your site.

Sites without them display a “Not Secure” warning in popular browsers like Chrome, Firefox and Safari when people visit — and 98%* of those people leave immediately after seeing that warning.

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Understanding the SSL Checker.

After entering your site’s URL, its security status will be retrieved and fall under one of the following states:

Secure

This Site is Secure until 6/23/2026.

Bad URL

Error. Unable to resolve.

Not Secure (No certificate)

This site is flagged as Not Secure. No certificate found.

Not Secure (Invalid certificate)

This site is flagged as Not Secure Certificate not valid.

Know the differences between SSL certificates.

Domain Validation (DV)

  • Best for blogs and social websites.
  • Validates domain ownership.
  • Shows a trust indicator to signify authenticity.

Organization Validation (OV)

  • Best for businesses and non-profits.
  • Validates domain ownership and organization.
  • Shows a trust indicator to signify authenticity.

Extended Validation (EV)

  • Best for businesses and non-profits.
  • Validates domain ownership and runs highest level of business authentication.
  • Shows a trust indicator to signify authenticity.

Choose your certificate.

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