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Why SSL Is Important for Your WordPress Site and How to Get It for Free

Site owners or not, we all know that WordPress is the most popular CMS that powers more than 60% of the sites on the Web. When you deal with that much content, security should be one of the main concerns. That’s why it’s only natural that Automattic, the company behind WordPress, recently announced that it’s working together with Let’s Encrypt project to provide all the WordPress.
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