Secure Socket Layering (SSL) gives you peace of mind when conducting sensitive activites over the web by encrypting data such as credit card numbers and other types of personal or financial information.
SSL works by using a "public key" to encrypt data that's transferred by submitting forms over the SSL connection. All popular web browsers and many websites use this protocol when users submit confidential information from the site.
By convention, URL's (web page addresses) that have an SSL connection start with " https " instead of " http " and, on these "secure" pages, you should see the following small icons in the status bar at the very bottom of your browser:
Specific to DelCorp, all of the order forms will have secure web addresses displaying as follows: