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What is an SSL Certificate and why is is important to The Building Code Forum members?

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I want to take a moment to highlight an important aspect of our website's security that works tirelessly behind the scenes: our SSL certificate. This digital certificate is a crucial part of ensuring that your interactions on our forum remain private and secure. It encrypts all data transferred between your browser and our site, making sure that personal and professional information you share is protected from any unauthorized access. This certificate not only guards against potential cyber threats but also authenticates our website's identity, assuring you that you're in a safe, trustworthy digital environment. Our commitment to maintaining this level of security is unwavering because we understand the importance of creating a secure space for our valuable community discussions. Thank you for being a part of our forum, and rest assured, we are continually working to keep your experience here safe and secure.

That is what the S in HTTPS is for. Websites that only have HTTP are not SSL protected.
 
I want to take a moment to highlight an important aspect of our website's security that works tirelessly behind the scenes: our SSL certificate. This digital certificate is a crucial part of ensuring that your interactions on our forum remain private and secure. It encrypts all data transferred between your browser and our site, making sure that personal and professional information you share is protected from any unauthorized access. This certificate not only guards against potential cyber threats but also authenticates our website's identity, assuring you that you're in a safe, trustworthy digital environment. Our commitment to maintaining this level of security is unwavering because we understand the importance of creating a secure space for our valuable community discussions. Thank you for being a part of our forum, and rest assured, we are continually working to keep your experience here safe and secure.

That is what the S in HTTPS is for. Websites that only have HTTP are not SSL protected.
Thanks for all your hard work on, and for this site!
 
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