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Euphoria's Online Security Measures

About SSL and HTTPS

     HTTPS is a security protocol that helps Euphoria’s website stay secure. This protection is validated by an SSL certificate. Euphoria site has been enabled for HTTPS standard.

What is HTTPS?

     Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is the secure protocol through which your browser communicates with sites.

     Any data that is transferred can potentially be accessed or manipulated by attackers when using HTTP sites. However, when using HTTPS sites such as Euphoria web site, data is encrypted and authenticated and therefore secured.

     We at Euphoria are committed to protecting your and your user's data. Therefore, all of Euphoria’s website has HTTPS automatically enabled. 

Benefits of Using HTTPS

  • Euphoria’s site visitors' information is encrypted, and therefore more secure.

  • Visitors are more comfortable making purchases and sharing their personal information online when visiting Euphoria’s secured site.

  • Google Chrome now displays warnings anytime a user visits a site that is not using HTTPS. Therefore if a site is not secured, your site visitors will get a warning message anytime they access your site. 

  • Google ranks HTTPS sites more favorably.


What is an SSL Certificate?

     A Secure Sockets Layer, or SSL certificate, allows your Euphoria visitors to view your site over an HTTPS connection. It secures the connection between the visitor's browser and Euphoria’s Web site. 

     Euphoria’s provides an SSL certificate which visitors can see if your site has an SSL certificate if the URL begins with https:// instead of http://

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If a website is not secure the site URL shows an ( i ) icon in Google Chrome if you do not have an SSL certificate enabled:

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Euphoria’s URL shows a lock icon in Google Chrome to indicate it has an SSL certificate:

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Steps in which your information takes after sending it to us:

  1. Information arrives into a secured database

  2. People having access to the database are trained in PCIDSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard)

  3. Your payment is processed

  4. Your information is deleted

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