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3Gstore.com Now Even More Secure

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Tuesday, 27 February 2007

EVDOinfo.com / 3Gstore continues to ensure your security with leading security technology. In the past week we have implemented Extended Validation SSL Certificates.

Extended Validation SSL Certificates  (also known as EV SSL) were created in direct response to the rise in internet scams and online fraud to make it easier for people transacting online to know that the sites they are using are secure.

3Gstore.com meets those stringent requirements, and we are one of the first wireless companies to be implementing EV SSL technology on their online store's site.

What does it mean?

This additional security EV SSL provides, won't impact your shopping experience. The only difference will occur if you are using Internet Explorer 7 when you connect to 3Gstore.com. During that connection you will notice the following:

  • The browser's address bar will turn green when you are on a page that asks for confidential information, like when placing a Verizon or Sprint Order.
  • The security status bar will clearly identify that you are dealing with "3Gstore.com", and
  • The security status bar will also tell you that 3Gstore.com has been identified by GoDaddy for Extended Validation.

So when you see green in the address bar you will know that 3Gstore has the highest possible level of security, verified by an independent company. You'll know then that it is safe to enter your details and are protected against online internet fraud, phishing, and other scams.

Unfortunately, Mac Users won't see this screen... but users of Internet Explorer 7 on XP and Vista will see:

Greenbar - EV SSL


*** Warning ***

Many shopping sites may be collecting your personal information (credit card, social security number, etc.) and then emailing this confidential information over the internet using 'clear text', which is very bad. One way to determine this is to look at the URL/domain that you started with and see if it switches to another site. If it does, then it is likely that the "order form" information is being collected by a different site or company... one that you may not have intended to deal with! Additionally, many sites may show the padlock that indicates the connection is SSL encrypted, BUT that doesn't indicate the company has gone through the rigorous 3rd party validation that is required to get an 'Extended Validation' SSL certificate, like we have done at 3Gstore.com

 




Last Updated ( Wednesday, 28 February 2007 )
 
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