At IncredibleDirect security is number 1 this is why we have put together the most advance online security package there is by using a tough ssl certificate and making all the transaction done through PayPal and Stripe.
What Happens When a Browser Encounters ssl certificate
- A browser attempts to connect to a website secured with SSL.
- The browser requests that the web server identify itself..
- The server sends the browser a copy of its SSL Certificate..
- The browser checks whether it trusts the SSL Certificate. If so, it sends a message to the server..
- The server sends back a digitally signed acknowledgement to start an SSL encrypted session..
- Encrypted data is shared between the browser and the server and https appears..
Encryption Protects Data During Transmission
Web servers and web browsers rely on the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol to help users protect their data during transfer by creating a uniquely encrypted channel for private communications over the public Internet. Each SSL Certificate consists of a key pair as well as verified identification information. When a web browser (or client) points to a secured website, the server shares the public key with the client to establish an encryption method and a unique session key. The client confirms that it recognizes and trusts the issuer of the SSL Certificate. This process is known as the "SSL handshake" and it begins a secure session that protects message privacy, message integrity, and server security. Strong encryption, at 128 bits, can calculate 288 times as many combinations as 40-bit encryption. That's over a trillion times stronger. At current computing speeds, a hacker with the time, tools, and motivation to attack using brute force would require a trillion years to break into a session protected by an SGC-enabled certificate. To enable strong encryption for the most site visitors, choose an SSL Certificate that enables 128-bit minimum encryption for 99.9 percent of website visitors.
Credentials Establish Identity Online
Credentials for establishing identity are common: a driver's license, a passport, a company badge. SSL Certificates are credentials for the online world, uniquely issued to a specific domain and web server and authenticated by the SSL Certificate provider. When a browser connects to a server, the server sends the identification information to the browser. To view a websites' credentials:
- Click the closed padlock in a browser window
- Click the trust mark (such as a Amazon Web Service Secured Seal)
- Look in the green address bar triggered by an Extended Validation (EV) SSL
With PayPal, you’re protected from checkout to delivery. We spot problems before they happen with the latest anti-fraud technology. Your financial info is never given away to sellers. And if something goes wrong with your order, your eligible transactions will be fully reimbursed.
Payment security and fraud prevention are two of our top priorities. Thousands of businesses already entrust us with their security because they keep our customer's data secure.
All of our transactions are encrypted to the highest global standards. Our payment systems are monitored and audited regularly by a world leading Qualified Security Assessors (QSA), so you can be confident our services are completely secure.
Transactions processed using Stripe go through powerful fraud prevention tools to check if your card details have previously been compromised somewhere else online or to prevent the illegal use of a card by an unauthorised person.
We're here to give businesses and shoppers peace of mind when it comes to payments.
Having a secure password is of critical importance. Never use words or numbers that are easy to trace back to you, like birthdays or family names. It's better to use unique combinations of upper and lowercase letters mixed with numbers and symbols. It’s also smart to vary your passwords from account to account.