transactions are completed on our secure server. In secure mode, your computer
and our server begin communicating, sending data back and forth in an encrypted
format. The encryption features of browser software are exceptionally powerful
and ensure the security of this data as it is transmitted to our server.
A browser in secure mode will display a URL address beginning "https://" rather
than the standard "http://". The "s" stands for "secure." In Netscape Navigator
(versions 3.0 and earlier), the broken key symbol in the lower left corner of
your browser window will become a solid key in secure mode. If you're using
Netscape Communicator 4.0 or higher, look for the padlock in the same space:
it's open in standard mode and closed in secure mode. In Microsoft Internet
Explorer, you'll see a padlock symbol at the bottom of your browser window when
the browser is in secure mode.