Using SSL Encryption
When most people think about security and privacy on the Internet their thoughts turn mostly to encryption. After all, web-based order forms that ask for sensitive information must utilize some form of encryption to ensure that the data entered by the customer is not observed by a third party while en route to the merchant. SSL provides application-level encryption for just this purpose.
SSL is a transparent protocol that provides automatic trust verification and application-level encryption. Most applications that utilize SSL have some kind of visual indicator, such as a pad-lock, or an alert message to inform the user when an SSL-protected transport is being used.
Activating SSL for your server
Setting up your sever to use SSL encryption couldn't be easier! Simply fill out our secured form. Click here to view our sign up form. Every Internet Connection hosting account includes a free SSL account and you will not be charged for this service.
Protecting a Page
Once SSL is enabled for your server, simply type http://www.sslserver.com/yourdomainname.com/yourpage into your web browser to access your secure page.
For example, if you wanted to securely access http://support.internetconnection.net/VIEW_ALL_SUPPORT_DOCUMENTS/ you would use the url http://sslserver.com/support.internetconnection.net/VIEW_ALL_SUPPORT_DOCUMENTS/