How we protect your visit on our website

When you visit us or send us info via this website, all of the data that passes between you and the website is encrypted and transferred over what is called a Secure Socket Layer (SSL). This private “tunnel” allows us to receive the info you provide us securely using SHA-2 and 2048-bit encryption.

This level of encryption is virtually uncrackable, making our website an extremely poor target for any nefarious hacker who might try to gain access to our customer’s sensitive info. For the same reason we wouldn’t put sub-par glass into a customer’s vehicle, we’ve taken extra steps to ensure our customer’s browsing experience is safe and secure.

How SSL browsing protection really works

First, the SSL “handshake”

When you visit our website, our SSL certificate automatically creates an encrypted connection with your browser.

The padlock icon appears

Once the connection is made, a padlock icon and the “HTTPS” prefix will appear in your browser’s address bar.

You’re good to go

All the info passing from you to our website is now scrambled by 2048-bit encryption. If only everything else in life were this safe and easy!