The certificates of security Let's Encrypt are created as an initiative supported by Google and impelled by the Linux Foundation to provide Certificates of gratuitous, free and opened Security SSL. Its main advantage is that they are gratuitous certificates of security that provide the same protection that those of payment. They have a validity of 3 months, but they can renew automatically. These certificates of security are recognized by the main navigators: Chrome, Firefox, Safari€¦






The use of protocol SSL in your webpage, makes that the data of the users who circulate around your Web are codings, adding an extra of security in your page, since, although your communications were cut, these data would stay protégés.

In addition, due to the recent change in the algorithms search of Google, all those Webs that have some type of store, form of contact or page where the client must introduce his data, will be valued positively in the finder of Google if they have a Certificate of Security.

The use of these gratuitous Certificates of Security will also do that the users of the Webs that they must send his data through your page feel like more insurances doing it.




Frequent questions on

Gratuitous certificates of Security

The certificates Let's Encrypt are valid for an only domain or alias.
Yes, you would need a Certificate Let's Encrypt for each subdomain.
Yes, it is necessary that you have domain and hosting lodged in ShophyPerformance so that we can manage it without trouble.
Yes, these gratuitous certificates of security are valid for the PrestaShop stores. You will only have to change the parameters of your store so that it admits SSL to you.
They are emitted for 3 months, but soon car they renew if it is wanted to continue with them.
Yes, they do not have any cost and for that reason we can offer them of gratuitous way. If Let's Encrypt began to be of payment we could not offer these certificates to you with the same conditions.
The navigator will show a green padlock next to your URL, and in addition the HTTP will happen to be https.
Nobody knows with exactitude the algorithms that Google uses to position the Web, but within the recommendations of good practices to improve the positioning it is including the Certificate use of Security.