If so, you have probably heard that SSL certificates will be required for Facebook pages starting tomorrow, October 1.
In the wake of continued concerns about security, Facebook will now require that all Facebook app developers own an SSL (https instead of http) for their pages. SSL (secure sockets layer) encrypts communications processed over the Internet. This protects against eavesdropping and malicious tampering adding security to Facebook users who previously were asked to switch from https to http when an app did not have SSL.
But that mandate raises lots of questions:
Does every Facebook page have to have an SSL certificate?