We use a 2048/256 SSL certificate to ensure that communication between our server and your device(s) is secured. This means the site should at all times load with an HTTPS, and some browsers will display an Icon of some sort, indicating that the connection is secured. Additionally, we use several other security unspecified security arrangements to maximize security.
Our entire site is running on forced SSL, so any page will automatically always be served using SSL. Look for the HTTPS prefix in the adress bar of your web browser. Also, please look for the Comodo SSL icon in the website footer, which you can click/hover to display a popup box to verify our SSL certificate validity with Comodo, its issuer.
Here’s a screen shot of an SSL test (by Qualys SSL Labs) run on our site 2016-10-03. As you can see, we get an overall A-rating:
(There is no business relationship between us and Qualys, nor do they sponsor us in any way or form.)
If you are still unsure about our SSL certificate strength, feel free to run our site yourself, through any free online SSL test service.
Other website security measures.
We do not disclose the exact nature of any other website security measures, but we are running multiple layers of additional protection on both our servers as well as the front-end interface of the website.