This site is protected with CloudFlare’s Firewall and SSL
CloudFlare protects against a range of threats: cross site scripting, SQL injection, comment spam, excessive bot crawling, email harvesters, and more.
Automatically performs a browser integrity check for all requests to your website by evaluating the HTTP headers for threat signatures. If a threat signature is found, the request will be denied.
CloudFlare uses threat data from a variety of sources to build a reputation for every visitor online. You set the desired security setting for your site and then CloudFlare’s network stops the threats before it reaches your website. Reputation-based security provides a first line of defense for your website.
CloudFlare uses the collective intelligence of its community to get smarter. CloudFlare’s network learns from every new attack and then shares that information with the rest of the CloudFlare community. What this means is that since CloudFlare continually learns, every site, regardless of size, makes the system smarter.
What is SSL?
SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a web server and a browser. This secure link ensures that all data transferred remains private. It’s also called TLS (Transport Layer Security). Millions of websites use SSL encryption every day to secure connections and keep their customer’s data safe from monitoring and tampering.
SSL is visible to users in several ways in the website address bar:
- A lock icon in the browser bar
- The website address starting with https://
SSL is one of the most widely reviewed and adopted security tools on the Internet today. It is essential to keeping the Internet safe and secure.
Why our website uses SSL
An increasing number of websites adopt SSL for various reasons:
- Security: ensure that no one is intercepting web traffic
- Trust: by displaying a green lock image, the website increases visitors’ trust
- Search ranking boost: Google ranks sites that have SSL higher in search results
- Regulatory compliance: financial institutions and web stores that work with credit cards must comply with regulations and adopt SSL on their websites