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Your visitors, prospects,
and customers are on their guard. These savvy Internet
users worry that their personal and financial information
might fall into the wrong hands. Turn their concerns
into a competitive advantage with the iron-clad
protection of a Frontline Secure Certificate. With
our certificates, any information passed to and
from your Web Site can be highly encrypted making
it impossible for someone to intercept the information
being transferred. Our certificates are perfect
for protecting E-Commerce transactions, crucial
information that must be on the web, or anything
else you can think of that you want to ensure it's
safety against unwanted viewers.
to order you SSL Certificate today
You need SSL if...
…you have an online store or accept online
orders and credit cards.
…your business partners log in to confidential
information on an extranet.
…you have offices that share confidential
information over an intranet.
…you process sensitive data such as address,
birth date or license numbers
…you need to comply with privacy and security
…you value privacy and expect others to trust
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL): How It Works
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology protects your Web
site and makes it easy for customers to trust you.
An SSL Certificate enables encryption of sensitive information
during online transactions.
Each SSL Certificate contains unique, authenticated information
about the certificate owner.
Every SSL Certificate is issued by a Certificate Authority
that verifies the identity of the certificate owner.
Public and Private Keys to Privacy
An SSL Certificate consists of a public key and a private
key. The public key is used to encrypt information and
the private key is used to decipher it. When a Web browser
points to a secured domain, a Secure Sockets Layer handshake
authenticates the server (Web site) and the client (Web
browser). An encryption method is established with a unique
session key. They can begin a secure session that guarantees
message privacy and message integrity.
Every SSL Certificate is created for a particular server
in a specific domain for a verified business entity. Like
a passport or a driver’s license, an SSL Certificate
is issued by a trusted authority, the Certificate Authority
(CA). When the SSL handshake occurs, the browser requires
authentication from the server. A customer sees the organization
name when they click certain SSL trust marks (such as
the VeriSign Secured™ Seal) or use a browser that
supports Extended Validation. If the information does
not match or the certificate has expired, the browser
displays an error message or warning.
Protect Your Customers’ Trust
Without SSL encryption, packets of information travel
through networks in full view. Imagine sending mail through
the postal system in a clear envelope. Anyone with access
to it can see the data. If it looks valuable, they might
take it or change it. Without third-party verification,
how do you know a Web site is really a business you trust?
Imagine receiving an envelope with no return address and
a form asking for your bank account number. An SSL Certificate
helps Web site visitors protect sensitive information
and get a better idea of who they are trusting with it.
The Web’s Most Trusted Security Provider
SSL helps you deliver a secure and convenient way for
your customers to interact with you over the Internet.
VeriSign is the SSL Certificate provider of choice for
over 93% of the Fortune 500 and the world’s 40 largest
banks, businesses that know the most about Internet security.
When you display the VeriSign Secured Seal, your customers
will recognize the most trusted security mark on the Internet.
Please inquire about signing up for a
secure certificate with Frontline over the phone or email.
You can contact us at either at 1-888-376-6854 or email@example.com