Each domain has the
ability to access our secure server using our site-wide secure certificate
The code placed in your
web page should be as follows:
DO NOT INCLUDE the
.com, .net or other extension for your domain.
Normally, any text(such
as your credit card number) sent from your browser to the web server is
sent as plain text. This means that a hacker could potentially intercept
the information sent from your browser and read it. Therefore, by using
the secure server, the information is encrypted before it is sent from
your browser. It would be practically impossible for anyone to decrypt it
without knowing the key.
The above page would be
accessed from the normal web server as:
Using FormMail Securely
If you are calling
formmail through the secure server, your action line and other code will
be as follows:
<input type=hidden name="recipient"
<input type=hidden name="subject" value="Order">
<input type=hidden name="return_link_URL" value=
<input type=hidden name="return_link_title"
The fields in the
example above are the same fields that are explained in the FormMail
section of this manual.