Verify the security of the website you’re using by looking for” HTTPS” at the beginning of the URL and checking for the closed lock or unbroken key in the browser, which indicates that your data will be secure and encrypted when submitted on that website.
A secure payment page means that the webpage where credit card numbers are entered is secured via Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 128-bit encryption. That’s because your gateway provider is handling the security of the payment page on your behalf.
Padlock symbol – There should be a padlock in the address bar next to the website address. Green address bar – On specific browsers and websites, the address bar will turn green. Valid certificate – If you click the padlock symbol or just to the left of the address bar, you should see information on the site certificate.
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