DSPETS Does Use "256 bit Excrypted" Secure Sockets Layers (SSL):
SSL's are crytographic protocols that provide secured communication over the internet. SSL encrypt the segments of network connections above the Transparent Layer, using asymmetric cryptography for key exchange, symmetric encrytion for privacy, and message authentication codes for message integrity. Web servers and Web browsers rely on the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol to create a uniquely encrypted channel for private communications over the public Internet. Each SSL Certificate consists of a public key and a private key. The public key is used to encrypt information and the private key is used to decipher it. When a Web browser points to a secured domain, a level of encryption is established based on the type of SSL Certificate as well as the client Web browser, operating system and host server capabilities. That is why SSL Certificates feature a range of encryption levels such as "256-bit". Trust of a credential depends on confidence in the credential issuer, because the issuer vouches for the credential's authenticity. Certificate Authorities use a variety of authentication methods to verify information provided by organizations. We use only, the leading Certificate Authority known and trusted by browser vendors because of our rigorous authentication methods and highly reliable infrastructure. Browsers extend that trust to SSL Certificates.