AmericaOneUnsecured.com is secure - therefore your transactions are secure.
When it comes to sending data online, there are two major risks: eavesdropping and impersonation. America One Unsecured uses state-of-the-art security, including Secure Sockets Layer and 128-bit encryption technologies to battle both of these risks. SSL has become standard on browsers for the past few years. If your computer has Version 4 of Netscape Navigator, AOL or Internet Explorer, you have SSL.
SSL server authentication will allow your browser to confirm a server's identity, using standard public key cryptography. This allows your computer to check the server's certificate and public identification, to be sure they are valid and are issued by an authentic certificate authority. AmericaOneUnsecured.com is registered with Verisign, a certificate authority.
All information sent between your browser and our server is encrypted by an SSL connection. This provides a high level of confidentiality. There is also a mechanism to detect tampering - in other words, if your information is altered en route, the connection will detect this.
You can rest assured
AmericanOneUnsecured.com uses SSL whenever there is sensitive information en route. You'll know the site is secure when you see a key (in Netscape) or a lock (Internet Explorer or AOL) in the lower right hand corner of the browser window. This lets you know you've got the real AmericaOneUnsecured.com, and not an imposter. And you can be sure your information is safe.
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