Security

About Edutunes’ secure payment system:

Edutunes utilizes CCNow’s superior security features to ensure that your purchases are protected by the highest standard of encryption technology available on the Internet.

Note: CCNow makes use of a 128 bit encryption key issued by VeriSign, Inc.

Public/private key cryptography allows secure “conversations” between your browser and CCNow’s secure server. When you purchase a product through CCNow’s secure server, CCNow’s public key is automatically transferred to your browser. Your browser then uses this key to encrypt information transferred back to CCNow. This information can only be decrypted using the private key installed on the CCNow secure server.

When a secure transaction is taking place, users with Netscape Navigator 4.0 or later will see an image of a locked padlock () in the lower left hand corner of their browser window. Earlier versions of Netscape Navigator will display a yellow key in a blue box () in this corner along with a blue line across the top of the browser window. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer indicates a secure connection with a locked padlock in the lower right hand corner of the browser window.

To view security information for a web page, Netscape Navigator users can click on the key or lock displayed in the corner of the browser window. Microsoft Internet Explorer users can select “Properties” from the “File” menu and select the “Security” tab. When viewing security information, be sure that the key belongs to the organization and URL you are expecting and is current and valid.