Web Server Security
The digital certificate for the Web server is assigned by GoDaddy. GoDaddy is a recognized standard in establishing a secure environment between your Web browser and our Web site. A GoDaddy electronic certificate insures that you are in contact with www.basis.com and not some digital poseur. All data passed during the secure connection are encrypted for security and transferred with no possibility of interception or use for any purpose other than the transaction you intend.
Your browser is also configured to manage a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) connection, assuming it's a relatively current version of Netscape Navigator / Communicator (v. 2.0 or newer), Microsoft Internet Explorer v. 2.0 or newer), America Online (v. 3.0 or newer) or other name-brand browser software. Your browser "tells" you when it has established a secure connection by displaying an icon, generally a padlock in the locked position, located at the bottom of your browser window.
Another indication that you're on a secure server is the change from the normal "http:" at the beginning of the URL to "https:" where the "s" indicates a secure connection. By watching for those signs, you can rest assured that your on-line transaction is indeed secure.
If you have any questions concerning the security of the BASIS International Ltd. website, please contact our webmaster.