Interior Decor Studio Security Policy
convenience and peace of mind, we have partnered with
Amazon.com to provide you with a secure, reliable, and
speedy e-commerce experience. All entries
where confidential information is requested (such as credit card
numbers) are handled by Amazon.com and transmitted using
the Internet security protocol known as "Secure Sockets Layer"
or "SSL." This is a certification and encryption technology
designed to make using your credit card on the Internet as safe
Independent agencies report that, statistically speaking,
using a credit card on the Internet through SSL is far
safer than submitting your credit card to a clerk in the grocery
store, or over an open telephone line. In fact, they
report that there are no recorded instances of someone
"breaking" SSL encryption and using credit card
information stored therein for fraudulent purposes.
The SSL technology depends on secure Uniform Resource Locators
(URLs) which are certified by an authorized certifying
authority. Secure URLs always begin with "https://" rather than
"http://" and if you are using one from a browser that
recognizes SSL (including Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape
Navigator, AOL's version 3, among others) you will generally
also receive a preceding message and/or see a symbol, such as a
lock, that signifies that you are on a secure page. Any
information you enter on such a page is encrypted at your
browser, sent over the public Internet in encrypted form, then
de-encrypted at our servers.
the unlikely case that your browser doesn't support SSL
technology, you will receive an error message when trying to
access our SSL page. For your protection, Amazon.com uses
the highest site security encryption technology currently
available on the Internet -- 128-bit key encryption is used to
transmit your private information (such as name, address and
credit card information that you enter on secure response forms)
securely across the Internet.
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send our webmaster an email
containing your question.
The downside of this upgrade is the fact that some of the older
versions of browsers--specifically, Microsoft Internet Explorer
3.x and earlier--do not recognize 128-bit key encryption. If you
are using an older browser, you may receive an error message
when trying to enter the page where confidential information is
requested. In these cases, we recommend upgrading to a
more current version of your browser.
If you have any questions about SSL technology or security on
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