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Is your credit card really safe
after you have placed an order online, or is your information only a
password guess away from a hacker?
You may be surprised how many online stores leave
critical backdoors open on their computers. These
are the same computers which store your credit
card information just after placing an order
SafeShopper allows you to verify an
online store's security before you place an order online by
clicking the SafeShopper button in your Internet Explorer toolbar. SafeShopper
provides you with an instant report as to if the online store is safe to
shop at. For technical details on how
SafeShopper does this, click
SafeShopper also provides you with the location, owner, and contact information of the web site.
Shopping online just isn't safe without
SafeShopper by your side!
The main screen
displays the online store's location, name, and
address while SafeShopper verifies the rest of the
security of the online store.
Once the security
check is completed, a summary is displayed
offering advice on whether it is safe to shop
here. Any vulnerabilities can be viewed in detail.
SafeShopper adds a
new button, "Verify Security", to your
Internet Explorer toolbar. One click will let you
know if the online store is safe to shop at.
Many users already know to look for the yellow lock indicator in their web browser to check if it is safe to enter their credit card
details. Yet this only provides a safe
transmission of your credit card number to the
store. What happens to your credit card number
when it is sitting on the store's computer?
While the yellow
lock in Internet Explorer lets your know your
credit card is transmitted safely to the online
store's computer, hackers can still steal your
number from the store itself, unless the store is
It is often the actual online store's computer that is broken into when credit cards and identities are stolen by hackers. This is because many web sites leave "backdoors" open on their computers. It is these backdoors which hackers can break into, guess a single username/password, and compromise your credit card information or even worse, your identity!
While a typical web site may have certain backdoors open, an online store which accepts credit cards online should have no backdoors open. We can usually trust popular web sites like Amazon, Microsoft,
and CompUSA, but what about the smaller web sites which might not have the
extravagant security measures of the bigger ones? How can you be sure they will protect your credit card?
even reminds you when it sees you are about to
place an order online.
SafeShopper reminder window displays on the
right-side of your screen near your clock, asking
you if you wish to verify the store's security
before placing an order.
online shopping has come a long way in security,
there are still stolen credit cards every day. You
no longer have to place an order with the question
in your mind about whether the web site is safe.
SafeShopper will alert you of security issues,
reveal the true identity of the web site, and set
your mind at ease so you can shop safely.
- Alert you of
security issues of online stores while
- Reveal the
true identity of an online store or web site
- Remind you to
verify an online store's security when you
reach an order page
- Help prevent
theft of your credit card number
- Help prevent
theft of your identity
- Set your mind
at ease while shopping online
the ultimate tool to protect your credit card and
identity. Purchase your copy today!