On our online site, your purchases are always secure. Online credit card transactions are made directly on the PayPal site, through a secure server that adopts Secure Socket Layer (SSL) security. No one even the store in question can get to know the credit card codes used by its customers.
1. Secure payments.
For credit card transactions, we use the secure SSL payment system. At the time of confirmation of the order, the customer will be directed to a secure server managed by PayPal. Credit card data will be transferred, through Secure Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption, for authorization and debit. This system ensures that no one can read the information sent over the Internet in any way. The seller in no case is aware of the CREDIT CARD NUMBER. We will only be notified of the outcome of the transaction and the authorization provided by the card manager. This procedure is absolutely secure and fully guarantees both the buyer and the seller.
2. SSL protocol.
Secure Socket Layer is a protocol developed by Netscape for the private transmission of documents over the Internet. SSL works using a symmetric key to encrypt the data transferred through the connection. On the client PC both Netscape Navigator, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer support SSL, most websites use the SSL protocol to get confidential information from users, such as credit card numbers. A server is said to be sure if it is capable of securing confidential and sensitive data encryption using a standard method.
3. How to recognize a secure SSL server.
A secure server is recognized when the start of the web page request starts with https: //
Normally the beginning of the request is http: // (without the "s")
4. Verisign certification.
Server certificates, also called digital certificates, create a link between an identity and a pair of electronic keys that can be used to encrypt and sign digital information. A server certificate allows you to verify whoever claims to have the right to use a particular key. Used in combination with encryption, server certificates offer a total security solution, ensuring the identity of one or all parties involved in a transaction. A server certificate is issued by a trusted third party, called Certification Authority (CA). The role of an CA is similar to that of a passport issuing office. CAs should take appropriate measures to establish the identity of the persons or organizations to which certificates are issued. When CA has established an organization's identity, it issues a certificate that contains the organization's public key and signs it with the CA private key. Using a server certificate, you will enable the website to perform encrypted and authenticated online transactions. Website visitors will be able to enter their Credit Card numbers or other personal information with the security they are actually dealing with (and not with an impostor), and that the information they are sending can be intercepted or deciphered only by Authorized consignee. The VeriSign server certificate will contain the following information:
A) Name of the organization (eg www .............)
B) Additional identifying information (eg IP address or physical address)
C) Public key expiration date
D) Name of the CA that issued the certificate
E) A unique serial number
F) Digital signature
5. Payment by credit card.
When purchasing goods with credit card payment methods, at the conclusion of the on-line transaction, the reference banking institution will only authorize the amount of the purchase amount to be paid. The amount relating to the goods only escaped will actually be charged to the customer's credit card only after the seller shipped the goods. In the event of cancellation of the order, both by the customer and in the case of failure to accept the order from the seller, will result in the request for the cancellation of the transaction and the release of the committed amount. Release times for certain types of cards depend solely on the banking system and may reach their natural maturity (typically 24 to 25 days from the date of authorization). Once the transaction has been canceled, in no case will the seller be liable for any direct or indirect damages caused by delay in the failure to withdraw the amount committed by the banking system.