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I see a lot of posts all over the web asking whether or not they should be using SSL to secure their website, or if it's really necessary to do so when the content of their site does not contain or request sensitive data.
Let's make the assumption here that the cost of the certificate is not the issue, considering it's not extremely expensive to get an SSL certificate. Why would you even want to host a page that isn't secured with SSL? Most all web servers support SSL out of the box, and it's usually quite simple to get it setup (especially with IIS.)