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VeriSign Secure

It is a standard security requirement for e-commerce and online transaction websites to have Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate. Websites that are certified as secured by VeriSign display the VeriSign Secured Seal. When you click the VeriSign Secured Seal, you can view a VeriSign-generated verification page containing information about URL details, organization, the status of subscription, and SSL certificate details.

You can view the VeriSign SSL certificate for this website here:

View Certificate

Secure connections use certificates to identify a website and to encrypt your connection. The encryption protects the connection from hackers and fraudsters. If a website needs to collect sensitive information or conduct online transactions, an SSL certificate is a mandatory requirement.

To verify if you have a secure connection to a website, you can do the following:

  • Check if the website address begins with HTTPS

  • Check if there is a lock icon on your browser's address bar

  • View the SSL certificate of the website

  • Check for VeriSign Secured seal displayed in the webpage

If the certificate shows only the address of the website address, ensure that it is the address that you wanted to visit. Phishing and fraudulent websites often use similar website names to trick unaware users into believing that they are visiting trusted sites.

When you click the lock icon on your address bar and select View Certificates, you can view the following details of the SSL certificate:

Certificate Information

Verify the SSL certificate information.

Issued to

Verify the name of the website to which the certificate is issued.

The certificate should be issued to identiysafe.norton.com.

Issued by

Verify if the issuer of the SSL certificate is VeriSign, Inc.

Valid from

Verify the subscription status of the VeriSign SSL certificate.

To view the certificate information on Internet Explorer

  1. Click on the lock icon that appears to the right of the Address bar.

  2. In the menu that appears, click View Certificates.

  3. You can view the certificate information in the General tab of the Certificate Viewer window.

To view the certificate from Chrome

  1. Click on the lock icon that appears to the left of the Address bar.

  2. In the menu that appears, click Certificate Information.

  3. You can view the certificate information in the General tab of the Certificate Viewer window.

To view the certificate from Firefox

  1. Click on the lock icon that appears to the left of the Address bar.

  2. In the menu that appears, click More Information.

  3. In the window that appears, click View Certificate.

  4. You can view the certificate information in the General tab of the Certificate Viewer window.

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DOCID: v63592900_identity_safe_standalone_1_en_us
Operating System: Windows
Last modified: 08/02/2018