ABOUT THE STARFIELD SECURE SITE SEAL
Thank you for clicking on the Starfield Secure Site Seal. The Secure Site Seal serves to prove that the Web site has passed Starfield Technologies' authentication process and that a Starfield Web Server SSL Certificate is being used to secure transactions on the site. The Secure Site Seal ensures that all confidential transactions are protected with highly reliable 128-bit SSL encryption.
Starfields's Validation Process
Before Starfield issues a Web Server SSL certificate the applicant's company or personal information undergoes a rigorous authentication procedure that verifies the existence and identity of the requesting entity. The validation process secures the highest level of trust. Thus a Starfield SSL Certificate guarantees that the entity that owns the certificate is who it claims to be, and that it has a legal right to use the domain from which it operates. A Starfield Secure Site Seal provides visible evidence that the Web site that displays it can be trusted.
The Starfield Secure Site Seal is not valid if:
- Your browser's "padlock" symbol is not displayed. Refer to your browser's online help for instructions to verify the site's secure certificate.
- Your browser displayed any critical security warning when accessing the site.
- The certificate on the site is listed in the Certificate Revocation List (CRL) located at http://certificates.starfieldtech.com/repository.
- The certificate is not issued by the Starfield Secure Certification Authority.