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We understand your concerns regarding Internet email@example.com encrypts all of your personal information including credit card number, name, and address so that it cannot be read as the information travels over the Internet. We have taken measures to maintain the highest level of security by implementing GoDaddy Site Seal Certificate encryption. You should feel as comfortable using your credit card online as you do in a department store.
Every order at firstname.lastname@example.org is secure. All data submitted via the checkout form is encrypted using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) 128-bit encryption, the highest industry standard for commercial online payment systems, used by organizations such as the FBI.
Recognizing a "Secure Area"
The standard, unsecured URL address begins "http://". When you enter a secure area, the beginning of the URL address will change to "https://"; the "s" stands for secure. Most browsers in secure mode also display a blue line along the top of the browser window.
Entering a "Secure Area"
Your computer and our server begin to communicate in a secure area, sending data back and forth in an encrypted format. Browser encryption software is quite powerful and ensures the security of this data as it is transmitted to our server. To verify that you are in a secure area look for the padlock at the bottom right of your browser
Credit Card Information
The credit card numbers are placed in the SQL database on the email@example.com web server. All credit card information is stored as encrypted data. The information is scrambled and requires a virtual key possessed solely by authorized personnel, to be accessed. A user must login, requiring a password to access the database which includes your order history. All communications during these sessions are encrypted again using SSL. No credit card numbers are ever sent via e-mail, due to the fact that e-mail is not secure.