A safe area where payments or information is encrypted and can be transferred online without compromising the security of that information. Secure Socket Layer encryption technology - date privacy, data authentication and message privacy - is most often used to protect a user's credit card information.
A safe memory bank that holds personal information, such as a credit card number.
A secure server prevents network transactions from being decoded, thus preserving the privacy of credit card numbers and other sensative information. When a URL points to a Web page stored on a secure Web server, the URL always begins with https ://. In Netscape, the broken key at the bottom of the screen becomes whole, a blue rule appears at the top of the screen and the Location box becomes a Website box when a secure server is contacted.
Secure servers are used to conduct confidential transactions over the Internet. Data is sent between the servers in an encrypted form.
In order to register on this site, we require a valid credit card number. When you register, you will enter these numbers via our secure, 128-bit encryption server. This server uses Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology. SSL is the industry standard in Web security, and is used primarily for transmitting sensitive information over the Internet.
A server using encryption to protect information. Used for confidential information or buying things over the web. Not all sites use secure servers - look for the 'SSL' (secure socket layer) label or the 'padlock' symbol at the bottom of your screen.
A computer that uses encrypted data to perform secure online transactions. When you visit a Web site and buy something with a credit card, the secure server software will ensure that your CC details will remain secret.
A Secure Server encrypts confidential information, such as credit card numbers, in order to send them safely over the Internet. You may need a secure server if you want to enable your website with a comprehensive shopping cart and online payment system. To enable your site to use a secure server, you will need to purchase a Digital Certificate.
A Web server that is able to protect personal information by transmitting the data in an encrypted form. When making online purchases, you should always to verify that the page where you enter your credit card information is on a secure server. You can check by making sure the "lock" image at the bottom right of your browser window appears in the locked position.
A type of Web server that can protect the display and transmission of information over the Internet by supporting major security standards like SSL.
A computer that handles encrypted data for secure transactions. When you place an order with ChristianWebSpace, your credit card details are taken on a secure server.
server which is safe against attacks by hackers, so that sensitive information may be stored on the server without undue worry over its potential revelation or theft. A secure server usually runs SSL which encrypts communications between the server and browser, making it difficult to intercept sensitive information during transmission.
a computer server that can transmit confidential information without the risk of someone "stealing" the information
a computer which encrypts all of the data so that no-one else can read it
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an invention of your web hosting company
a Server that uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology to encrypt data during the transfer of data between a Web browser and a Server
a server that uses the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol to encrypt data for transfer over TCP/IP networks, including the Internet
a system that uses methods of encrypting the data passed between your computer and ours
a type of web server in which data is encrypted within transit
a type of web server used to send and receive content such as credit card sales transactions in an encrypted form to prevent interception or theft
a web server application that ensures secure information transfer between a web server and a web browser
a Web server that uses encryption to send data
a Web server that uses encryption to transmit or store data
If people are going to buy from you, they have to know their credit card info is safe in your hands. You can accomplish this by putting your pages on a secure server - one that encrypts the information with SSL security. If a third party hosts your site, make sure the web host can: Accept the credit card info securely as the customer enters it; and Send the data back to you securely - usually that means utilizing PGP-encrypted e-mail.
A special type of server that encrypts the information being sent and received via SSL. This is the type of server that is used for e-commerce.
A website that handles online transactions is often hosted on a secure server. This means that all the information sent to and from the server is encrypted, or guard against people listening in on the transaction and gaining valuable information such as credit card details etc. Most confirmation pages are hosted on secure servers as they will contain information about the transaction. You can tell a secure connection from an insecure one, by the address of https:// and normally a padlock icon on the status bar at the bottom of the browser.
A Web server that uses special software, called security protocols, to protect against third-party tampering. Making purchases from a secure server ensures that a user's payment or personal information is translated into a code so that it cannot be stolen.
Transactions on this site sometimes require a credit card number. We ask that you enter these numbers via our secure server. This server uses Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology, the industry standard in Web security used primarily for transmitting sensitive information over the Internet. If you are using an older AOL or other non-standard browser, it may not support an SSL connection. You may also have difficulty if you are attempting to access the site from behind a firewall or server. In either of these cases, you will have to submit your credit information using the link provided to our non-secure server.
A server that uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption technology to protect users' credit card information. Lot Auctions uses 128-bit SSL encryption.
A secure web server is one that uses a technology such as SSL to encrypt (convert to code) the information it handles.
A special type of server which utilizes different types of encryption software to protect users submitting their credit card numbers over the web.
This is a basically a server that encrypts information sent to the website so hackers can not intercept the input data from the website. SSL is a standard for transmitting confidential data such as credit card numbers over the Internet. Most true business sites support this feature which allows more security in data transmitted over the WWW. This is the standard minimum safe security level for true business on the Internet. SSL works by using a private key to encrypt data that is transferred over the SSL connection.
A Web site using encryption technology to protect information being transferred over the Internet.
A secure computer. Authorized users will need passwords/pins to access. Used for accessing, updating and storing sensitive and/or confidential information.
If you're accepting credit card information over the Internet, it's YOUR responsibility to safeguard that data. As the Internet is NOT a safe environment in which to transmit personal information without encryption, you'll have to use a "secure server" to obtain the sensitive data. Don't forget, though that the data is decrypted on reaching the server so you'll have to ensure encryption in the remainder of the transmission stream to you
A server which has a range of security features and protocols to protect transaction processing.
Technology that ensures that the information a customer enters on an e-commerce site is encrypted and cannot be stolen.
Secured Sockets Layer is a protocol that transmits your communications over the Internet in an encrypted form. SSL ensures that the information is sent, unchanged, only to the server you intended to send it to. Online shopping sites frequently use SSL technology to safeguard your credit card information.
A web server that uses encryption to prevent others from reading messages to or from your browser. Web-based shopping sites usually use secure servers so others can't intercept your ordering information.
A server that can encrypt (or decrypt) messages to protect them from tampering. For example, most ordering forms are secure to protect the customer's credit card information.
One method of ensuring that information entered through your web site is protected. Information submitted via a secure form is sent to the server in encrypted mode. This is most commonly used for credit card transactions. SSL is available for free for Gold account. Our Platinum Plan includes your very own Secure Server that matches your domain name.
this is a place where your customers can enter credit card numbers and other information securely. This is a server with SSL security. Also, when you are transmitting your own credit card information, ensure that the web address your are at begins with https:// as opposed to http:// - the "s" indicates the security.
a secure server allows a connection between itself and another secure server. Secured connections provide several essential things as regards online transactions: privacy, authentication, and message integrity. When viewing web pages or posting information to a secure server, you'll notice that the "http://" that usually appears in the web address bar changes to "https://". Also, on most web browsers, the symbol of a closed padlock should appear somewhere in the browser's frame as an indicator that you are using a secure connection.
A method of ensuring that information entered through your website is protected. Information submitted via a secure form is transmitted in an encrypted mode.
A web server or other computer connected to the Internet that is capable of establishing encrypted communication with clients, generally using SSL or SET.
If you want to take payments from customers over the internet, you need access to a secure server to protect your customers. This feature allows you to sign up for an Internet Merchant Account with WorldPay.
To increase the security of the system, certain actions within Qualidex are performed on a Secure Server. This server encrypts all of the data which it exchanges with the browser and means that nobody can snoop on the data as they could with a normal, insecure session. The secure pages are identified by a leading "https" in the URL and can be validated by the Certificate.
Software capable of establishing a "secure" connection with your customer's Internet browser using SSL (secure socket layers) technology to encrypt all transmitted information. Most net buyers insist on this connection before entering credit card information. You can choose to purchase a secure certificate from an authorized third party or to use a shared certificate from your web hosting provider.
A web server that supports any of the major security protocols that encrypt and decrypt messages to protect them against third party tampering. Making purchases from a secure Web server ensures that a user's payment or personal information can be translated into a secret code that's difficult to crack. Major security protocols include SSL, SHTTP, PCT, and IPSec.
A secure server guarantees the secure transmission of encoded data like e.g. credit card data in online purchases and ensures that only a recipient with adequate authorization can read the data.
A computer that handles encrypted data for secure transactions. When you order software or services through Hazelnet you use our secure server.
refers to a secure data connection between a user's browser and a web server. Secure server connections allow for sensitive information, such as credit card numbers, to be encrypted and transported safely over the internet.
All Web servers that handle credit cards should use SSL (secure socket layer) encrypted communications. While a secure server discusses sensitive credit card information with the customer, anyone eavesdropping on this electronic conversation (through any Internet computer) between browser and server will only see illegible data. Of course, it can't protect the customer from someone watching over the customer's shoulder.
Any web server that supports a major security protocol such as SSL in order to encrypt data transmitted in order to protect the server and users against data theft.
A special server used for processing credit card and other sensitive information. This server uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption to keep your information private and safe.
A computer and software set up to provide privacy, integrity, and authentication in communications such as a connection on the Internet between a Web browser and a Web server. (See SSL).
A Web server which uses encryption to prevent others from reading data sent to or from your browser. Online shopping sites normally use secure servers so that others cannot intercept credit card ordering information. You can usually tell if you are on a secure server if the "http" section of the domain name is followed by an "s." Example: "https://www.gower.net."
A computer that handles encrypted data for secure transactions. When you order an account through SCRUFFY bEAR NET you use our secure server.
A system for encrypting data sent over the Internet, including e-commerce transactions and passwords. With SSL, client and server computers exchange public keys, allowing them to encode and decode their communication.
A special server used to process Credit Card information submitted by users. This server uses a Secure Socket Layer (encryption for the protection of our users).
is a special kind of storage space for web pages that are protected from hackers. You can tell whether or not you are on a secure web server by the Yellow padlock symbol being displayed in your browser. The address in the address bar may also change from http:// to https:// indicating, "secure"
Special server used for submitting user's credit card information. Uses SSL encryption.
A computer that uses special coding software to make sensitive information difficult to read by anyone not authorized to see it.
A Secure Server uses an SSL certificate. It is generally a piece of web space that can only be dealt with by using SSL ensuring that data transferred between the web space and the browser is encrypted.
(n) A specification of an internet connection. When accessing a page 'on' a secure server, the request is routed through a connection which encodes the page during transmission. The code to read the encrypted message is invisibly sent to the end-user's computer which is able to read the file correctly. Secure servers are frequently used when collecting credit card or other personal information. All browsers have notations that indicate if a page is secure or not. (Usually a lock icon on the page). Not all pages that do not use secure servers are hacked; but they are all able to be hacked.
a server that has extra security on it to protect credit card transaction information from being stolen by hackers.
A special type of file server that requires authentication (e.g., entry a valid username and password) before access is granted. Example: At OSU, most Software To Go files are stored on a secure server.
Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol. Requires use of a certificate for secure access. A Secure Socket Layer does not provide for credit card clearing or any other form of payment processing. It only provides a facility for secure transactions across the Internet. Some hosting providers allow use of a "shared" certificate.
Secure Servers are used to maximize security on a website for webmasters who need to adopt a strict "need to know" policy for both the document root (where HTML documents are stored) and the server root (where log and configuration files are kept). It's most important to get permissions right in the server root because it is here that CGI scripts and the sensitive contents of the log and configuration files are kept.