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Aussie I.T.
We build brands and digital experiences for your business!
Who we are

We are a digital creative agency based in Albury Wodonga. We assist businesses to achieve ultimate performance through digital marketing.

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Web Development
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App Development
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Multimedia Production
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Graphic Design & Branding
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Secure your Website with HTTPS and SSL

What is a "Secure" Website?

The Padlock icon and HTTPS currently shown in the address bar indicate to the visitor that it is an encrypted website connection. The “S” in HTTPS stands for “Secure”. It’s the secure version of the standard “hypertext transfer protocol” your web browser uses when communicating with websites.

 

Where did it start?

HTTPS was originally intended for passwords, on-line payments, and other sensitive data, but the entire web is now leaving HTTP behind and switching to HTTPS.

Until recently, most website owners have not had to worry about special measures to secure their web pages unless they were conducting eCommerce transactions, or collecting sensitive information such as medical or banking data.

But that has now changed. SSL is now considerded to be a minimum best practice standard for all websites, including those that do not necessarily process sensitive data.

 

Why Upgrade to SSL Now?

The rules have changed and now is the time to act.

What if I do not upgrade to SSL / HTTPS;

  • Emails that you send will often go straight to the "junk" folder at the recipients end.
  • Your Google search ranking will drop.
  • Visitors to your website will soon be shown a message saying "... this site is not secure..." or words to that effect depending on which browser they are using. Either way they will be discouraged from entering your website.

 

How do I make my website "Secure"?

Install SSL
Your website needs to utilizes SSL, (Secure Socket Layer), which is a standard security technology that establishes an encrypted connection between a web server and a browser.

Force SSL to all pages
This ensures that Google, and everyone else, is seing the secure version of your website.

Tired of browsing? Let’s get started - Call now 0417 686 476

Brands That We Represent

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