You might have seen a few websites with a lock icon inside the URL bar. The lock icon implies that it’s an SSL secured website. In normal case, the login credentials are transferred in a text data from, which is pretty much open and viewable across the network nodes. SSL technology encrypts the data transferred between user computer and the main server. The text data is encrypted using a public key; for which the private decryption key is only available at the server side. Thus an SSL enabled website would prevent data theft at public, enterprise level networks and other unsecured platforms. Here in this article, we will explain a simple method to protect WordPress login and admin pages with SSL security.