We don’t receive credit card information or other sensitive data from visitors to our site. However, we recognize that some people would like their Internet browsing and content to be private.

Starting in 2014, Google began making SSL security a priority and they rank secure sites higher than non secure sites.

Also, having a secure encrypted verified connection with our site helps prevent ‘man in the middle attacks’ where stealth site redirection might mimic a website and serve up malicious code.

So, during the first week of February 2017 we upgraded our site to be SSL encrypted and protected for privacy and security. So, now site pages can be referenced using the https:// prefix for their address rather than the http:// prefix. You should see a padlock icon to the left of the page address in your browser. Some browsers like Google Chrome will indicate Secure in green bold letters to the left of the padlock icon.

Visit our Security Policies page for more information about how we keep our site secure.

 

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