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What Does Secure Really Mean?

Whenever you input personal information on a web page, you should make sure that you are doing it on a page with adequate security protection.  At present, the best security available is called Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption technology.  SSL protection encrypts the data you send over the Internet. Encryption is a coding method where your data are turned into what might look like random letters, numbers, and symbols before being transmitted to our website.  This prevents anyone who might be "listening" to your transaction from recognizing and storing your personal information on its way to our site.

Listening can be more than someone tapping your telephone line.  Using current technology, listening means using any device which can track and/or copy data being transferred from one computer to another.

We have implemented SSL technology on the website.  SSL protects thousands of Internet users every day from unauthorized access or copy of sensitive information.  However, to take advantage of SSL technology, you must have a Version 4 or higher web browser.  If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer® or Netscape Communicator®, it must be Version 4.0 or higher.  If you use a different browser, you should make sure that it is Version 4 compatible before attempting to log in or upload data to this site.

You know that you have accessed a secure web page if the address you see at the top of the screen in the Address (Internet Explorer) or Location (Communicator) box starts with https:.  You can also see that you are on a secure web page by looking at the bottom of your screen.  If the page is secure, you should see a closed padlock, a key icon, or some other equivalent security symbol.

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