Dear customers and visitors we always offer you best services. Now our website is HTTPS protected and your personal data, address and our communication is encrypted. Please read next text about what is HTTPS and how it protects you.

The main motivation for HTTPS is authentication of the visited website and protection of the privacy and integrity of the exchanged data.

HTTPS, the lock icon in the address bar, an encrypted website connection — it’s known as many things. Knowing what it means is important, as it has serious implications shopping and avoiding phishing.

When you connect to most websites, your web browser uses the standard HTTP protocol. HTTPS is the secure, encrypted counterpart to HTTP — it literally stands for “HTTP Secure,” which is “Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure.”

You can tell you’re connected to a website with an HTTPS connection if the address in your web browser’s address bar starts with https://. You’ll also see a lock icon, which you can click for more information about the website’s security.

HTTPS is important whenever you’re logging into something or giving payment details. If you’re about to enter a password or other personal information, check your address bar and ensure that you’re on an HTTPS site. If you’re not, it’s not really safe to enter such sensitive data. Most websites should be doing this properly now, but a badly coded site may still send your sensitive data in unsecured plain-text if it’s set up to connect over HTTP.

When you request a HTTPS connection to a webpage, the website will initially send its SSL certificate to your browser. This certificate contains the public key needed to begin the secure session. Based on this initial exchange, your browser and the website then initiate the 'SSL handshake'. The SSL handshake involves the generation of shared secrets to establish a uniquely secure connection between yourself and the website.

When a trusted SSL Digital Certificate is used during a HTTPS connection, users will see a padlock icon in the browser address bar. When an Extended Validation Certificate is installed on a web site, the address bar will turn green.

Why Is an SSL Certificate Required?

All communications sent over regular HTTP connections are in 'plain text' and can be read by any hacker that manages to break into the connection between your browser and the website. This presents a clear danger if the 'communication' is on an order form and includes your credit card details or social security number. With a HTTPS connection, all communications are securely encrypted. This means that even if somebody managed to break into the connection, they would not be able decrypt any of the data which passes between you and the website.

The major benefits of a HTTPS certificate are:

Customer information, like credit card numbers, is encrypted and cannot be intercepted.
Visitors can verify you are a registered business and that you own the domain.
Customers are more likely to trust and complete purchases from sites that use HTTPS.

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