All information provided by you is confidential and will not be released to any third parties. To insure confidentiality, we use the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) protocol (provider by Thawte) for transferring data. SSL is a cryptosystem that creates a secure environment for the information being transferred between your browser and our Server.
HTTP – HyperText Transfer Protocol. Standard protocol for transmitting Web pages on the Internet.
HTTPS – HTTP Over SSL (Secure Socket Layer). Protocol enabling the secured transmission of Web pages. If you are filling out personal information on a website like your address or credit card information make sure the address bar where the website is starts with HTTPS. HTTPS ensures that the website has SSL service which avoids hackers from stealing any data transmitted. SSL makes a clear hacker-free channel for your data to go directly to the credit card company without being interfered by anyone. SSL covers any credit card frauds with $100,000 reimbursement in damages if anything ever occurs. Superwrap checkout process has SSL service. You may check by looking over at your address bar and seeing it will say HTTPS on all the screens where you fill out personal information. Our website is secure and we ensure customer security to its full effect. Please feel safe to shop on our website as we take numerous security actions to make sure your data is 100% secure.
SSL uses public key cryptography to secure transmissions over the Internet. Your browser will send a message via SSL to the Superwrap’s server. Superwrap responds by sending a certificate, then generates a random session key which is used to encrypt data traveling between your browser and our server. This session key is encrypted using the Superwrap’s public key and sent back to the server. Superwrap decrypts this message using its private key, and then uses the session key for the remainder of the communication.
By using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) we can protect data in the following ways:
Authentication – This ensures that you are communicating with the correct server, and prevents another computer from presenting itself as Superwrap.
Data integrity – This process verifies that the information sent by you to our server was not altered during the transfer. The system will detect if data was added or deleted after you sent the message. If any tampering has occurred, the connection will be dropped.
Encryption – This is the process of transferring data into coded language. All information sent via the Internet to us using Encryption becomes a string of unrecognizable numbers before entering the Internet. Both Superwrap’s server and the browser you use, understands the mathematical formulas, called algorithms that turn your session into numeric code, and back again to meaningful information. When you begin a session, your computer and our system agree on a random number that serves as the key for the rest of the transaction. What that random number could be depends largely upon the strength of encryption that your browser utilizes.
Superwrap uses 128-bit encryption that indicates that there are 288 possible keys that could fit into the lock that holds your account information. That means there are many billions (a 3 followed by 26 zeroes) of possible keys.
Note: Since your security is our highest priority we require that you use 128-bit encryption compatible browser. If your current browser doesn’t support 128-bit encryption Click Here to upgrade your browser.
As well as Automatic Logoff – If you do not take an action within 20 minutes, your session with Superwrap automatically logs off to prevent passers-by from viewing your account information.
If you feel that this site is not following its stated information policy, you may contact us at the above addresses or phone number, state or local chapters of the Better Business Bureau.