What is Verisign Seal ? BlueSky is Safe & Secure with Verisign SSL Services
The VeriSign Secured Seal is the number one sign of trust on the Internet. Recognized worldwide, the VeriSign Secured Seal appears on Web pages secured by VeriSign SSL Certificates as a dynamic, animated graphic. Site visitors click on the seal to verify your site information in real time. Add the seal to your secure site by following the installation instructions after you purchase a VeriSign SSL Certificate. According to the VeriSign Secured Seal Research Review (PDF; 981KB), 86% of Americans are concerned that they may be a victim of identity theft. 56% of online shoppers have abandoned a shopping cart/basket or failed to complete an online purchase due to security concerns. Displaying the seal on your Web site reassures visitors, leading to increased visitor-to-sales conversions, lower shopping cart abandonment, and a larger average purchase price. As phishing, identity theft, and other online scams increase, the VeriSign Secured Seal is an indispensable tool in your effort to improve your customers’ perception of safety when they do business online.
Blue Sky Power Washing takes your Privacy very seriously
Takes the security and privacy of users very seriously, which is why our website has obtained a digital certificate from GeoTrust SSL Certificates to provide a secure method to transmit your private information to us. SSL or Secure Socket Layer is a security protocol which is embedded in all modern browsers and has become an international standard on the internet. It engages automatically when the user connects to a web server that is SSL-enabled.
Our Secure Server uses high-grade 128-bit encryption to encrypt your personal information, including booking and credit card details, every time you complete the booking form. This method of encryption takes places when your browser sends data (like your credit card details) back and forth from our server. The data is then scrambled and securely transmitted over the internet. This scrambling of data allows the information to be transmitted securely, without the risk of hackers intercepting your details.
How do you know if SSL Encryption is taking place?
It's easy to tell whether or not a website is using SSL Encryption. For example:
The URL (Uniform Resource Locator) in the address bar should start with "https:" instead of the normal "http:" for non-secure internet browsing.