Quick Commerce Cart Shopping Cart Software Provides Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
Whenever you visit a web site that will ask you for sensitive information, such as you social security number or credit card number, you will probably see an SSL certificate - or something to that effect such as a secure site certificate. The SSL acronym stands for Secure Sockets Layer. A secure sockets layer is a cryptographic protocol that provides a high degree of security for communications over networks such as the Internet.
Information encryption is how all Internet security is done regardless of what the information is and who is sending the data across the Internet. The level of encryption determines the level of security. A 128-bit encryption, the standard a few years ago is secure but less secure than 256-bit encryption. Regardless which level of encryption is used a security certificate can be issued to the web site. Security certificates lets your customers shop on your web site securely without someone eavesdropping or stealing information their sensitive information.
Because Quick Commerce Cart uses its own security certificate, you will not need to spend extra money to get your own certificate. Your customers will be able to buy your products knowing that their transactions are being processed with up to a 256-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) data protection (The highest allowed by current web browsers).
Having a security certificate has a positive impact on sales. Savvy Internet buyers know that with a security certificate your shopping cart is secure and that it has the right software protection. Savvy Internet marketers know that with SSL they will not become liable for the misdeeds of Internet predators. Our shopping cart software protects your business from liability and your customers from having their information stolen.