Tregalli’s website is protected by 256-bit SSL Encryption system, issued by Equifax. SSL "Secure Sockets Layer” is a protocol designed to enable applications to transmit information safely and securely.This protocol has been applied to the consultation phase, checkout, login and customer area.If you see a padlock symbol on the top or bottom of the Internet browser, the security system is active: it means that the connection is secure, your communications are encrypted and you can buy safely.
If you want to know more, here are some of the most common Q&A about security:
What Is an SSL Certificate?
SSL "Secure Sockets Layer” is a protocol designed to enable applications to transmit information safely and securely. SSL certificate consists of an encryption protocol which protects all the information transmitted through the website. This security system keeps all the private data from prying eyes. The protocol allows to communicate across the network in a way that is designed to prevent eavesdropping, tampering and message forgery.
How Does SSL Encryption Work?
In the same way that you lock and unlock doors using a key, encryption makes use of keys to lock and unlock your information. Each SSL session consists of two keys:
The public key is used to encrypt the information
The private key is used to decrypt the information and restore it to its original format so that it can be read
How Do I Know That a Site Has a Valid SSL Certificate?
A standard website with SSL security displays “https:// ” before the website address in the browser address bar. This stands for “Secure HTTP.” You will also see a padlock symbol on the top or bottom of the Internet browser (depending on which browser you are using). By clicking the closed padlock in the browser window, the website visitor can see all the information about the SSL certificate.
Why do we need SSL certificates?
The answer seems obvious: we use it to ensure ourselves and our customer, every time the websites transmits information.