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GeoCommunity understands your concerns over Internet safety and recognizes the importance of privacy and security regarding the information you send us over the web. Because of this, we have made security one of our highest priorities and we have invested a great deal of time to ensure that our online security is second to none. Please read about our many security measures and other ways in which you can help safeguard yourself.

How The Secure Order Process Works

Using the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology in conjunction with features included in popular web browsers, the GeoCommunity website provides the highest level of security for your online purchases. Here's how it works:

Use a "Security-Enabled" Browser

If you are among the great majority of internet users, then you are already using a security-enabled browser. The most commonly used are Netscape (2.0 or higher) and Microsoft Internet Explorer (2.1 or higher.) Basically, there are two important browser features in security-enabled browsers (of all types) which minimize the possibility that any of your personal information can be fraudulently intercepted or misrouted.
1. Security Preference Settings

The security preference settings in your web browser is your first line of defense against theft, unintended transmittal, or unwanted viewing of any confidential personal information sent over the Internet. The most popular browsers can be set up to alert you whenever the following is about to happen:

  • Changing between secure and insecure transmission modes.
  • Sending a transmission over an unsecured connection.
  • When you obtain an invalid or suspect site certificate to the site you are about to transmit.
2. Secure Transmission Mode

Whenever you are in a secure transmission mode, the URL identifying the page will always begin with 'httpS://' versus the normal mode 'http://'.
Additionally, a security symbol appears, letting you know that your transmission is in the secure mode. These symbols vary according to the browser and version you are using, but usually are "keys" or "padlock" type symbols.

GeoCommunity Doubles Security Measures

At the GeoCommunity website, we utilize both an encrypted SSL technology and a security symbol which indicates to you that your transmission is in "secure" mode.

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