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Swiftune has taken extensive steps to ensure that any data transmitted by our users cannot be intercepted, viewed, or blocked by unauthorised parties. We also have established policies telling our users how we use and store their information, such as addressing information and credit cards. See our Privacy Statement for further details.
Swiftune ensures the security of all protected data transmitted to and from our site through the use of a server-based encryption technology called Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). As you enter personal information (such as your password, address and phone number, or your credit card number), SSL encodes it so that it is available only to you and Swiftune who will help make sure your purchasing goes smoothly. This security protects you from impostors, eavesdroppers and vandals that might otherwise access your information as it travels from one computer to another. With this security, you can send your credit card number to us without risk of interception. SSL security makes shopping over the Internet safer than shopping by telephone.
Both the Microsoft Internet Explorer and the Netscape Navigator browsers have built-in security mechanisms to prevent users from unwittingly submitting sensitive information over insecure channels. If a user tries to submit information to an unsecured site, these browsers will, by default, show a warning. By contrast, if a user attempts to submit information to a site without a valid Digital ID and SSL connection, no such warning is sent.