What is SSL?
Short for Secure Sockets Layer. SSL encrypts data that's transferred over
the SSL connection. Both Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer support
SSL, and most of the web sites use SSL to get confidential user information,
such as credit card numbers.
The sites uses SSL, Starts with https:// Instead of http://.
How do I know when a site is "secure"?
When you are submitting a confidential information such as your credit card
on a website, the "pad lock" at the browser's status bar indicates that the
page is protected by SSL.
|SSL session Internet Explorer
|SSL session Internet Explorer 7
|SSL session Mozilla Firefox
|SSL session Netscape