As we mentioned earlier, the Internet is evolving. HTTP, which was the standard for a long time, is slowly being phased out as the browser community – the guys behind Safari, Chrome, Firefox, etc. – pushes for HTTPS to replace HTTP.
Or to put it another way, the browsers want to see universal encryption.
This means that soon, browsers will warn web users when they try to log on to non-encrypted websites. This is bad news for anyone that's not employing SSL.
But, with an SSL/TLS Certificate – regardless of what type you're using – you can avoid these traffic-killing warnings and continue on with business as usual. It's really a small price to pay to avoid these disruptive browser alerts. you really can't afford to have your website start getting them.