We Care About Your Online Security
To ensure your information is private and secure, we use a secure shopping cart with high assurance SSL Certificates, to make sure your data is Encrypted with the highest encryption protection available.
We understand that you're concerned about the security and privacy of your online transactions. This is why we at DriverLogBooks leased RomanCart to ensure that your valuable data, such as credit card details, are encrypted when you interact with our site. But, SSL is only part of the security. To further protect you, we made sure that RomanCart had also gone through an Extended Validation (EV) process, which guarantees that they are who they say they are and protects you for up to a quarter of a million dollars.
We have noticed many website advertising that they have the best security available and point to the yellow lock. You need more than just the lock. The problem with just having an SSL certificate is that thieves can also very easily get an SSL Certificate. There is NO checking. That is why SSL/EV is so important. Thieves cannot get the EV (Extended Validation) because they cannot verify the address, nor the legitimacy of the company holding your personal information. The minimum requirements for SSL/EV Certification is you must be either a legitimate (registered) Corporation or an LLC. It is a rigorous 3 step verification process.
EV SSL 1.25 min
ComodoVision Ecommerce 2 3.39 min (Explians the padlock weakness & Strength of SSL/EV)
What is SSL?
Secure Sockets Layer, SSL, is the security technology for encrypting a link between a web server and a browser. All data passed between our web server and your browser remains private, encrypted and secure.
Whenever you enter personal data on our payment pages, you'll notice that http:// is replaced by https:// (The "s" stands for "Secure"). A small yellow padlock will also appear either in the bottom right-hand corner of your browser or in the address bar at the top (depending on your browser), as a sign that we are now engaging SSL. (Another sign on some browsers is that when you enter the secure area of the site, the address bar turns bright green.
How Do You Secure My Payment Information?
To generate an encrypted SSL transmission, a web server requires an SSL Certificate. Checking a website's certificate is good practice that helps you avoid spoof websites, sometimes called "phishing" sites. To check the certificate, click on the padlock. Your browser will show you the name of the owner of the certificate. This name should match the name of the website and if applicable, it's parent company. For example, since we use RomanCart and PayPal Checkout, you will see RomanCart LTD and PayPal.com, respectively. RomanCart is the host shopping Cart for 32,000 businesses and of course everyone knows who PayPal is. We chose RomanCart because of their professionalism in handling and securing data. We particularly like the way they delete the credit card information after 7 days.
The SSL certificates are issued by a leading certificate authority, that is Web Trust-compliant, meaning that their business practices and processes have been rigorously audited according to AICPA (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants) guidelines by an independent approved auditor (Ernst & Young).
High Assurance certificates enable a high level of encryption. They also confirm that a company is a legally accountable organization. i.e. A registered corporation or LLC; or in the case of RomanCart, a LTD
To receive a High Assurance SSL Certificate, a company has to demonstrate that they are an existing business, along with their control over the domain you are visiting. When you shop online, you deserve to know who you are dealing with. More importantly, you need to know who your supplying your personal data too.
Seeing a site with a High Assurance SSL Certificate, confirms two essential factors:
That you have a secure SSL (encrypted) link with this website.
That this website represents a real organization.
We employ state-of-the-art data encryption to ensure safe and secure transactions to our site. Your computer and ours agree to transpose whatever we are sending into an unintelligible "hash" of characters, using a technology called SSL. For example:
3048 0241 00C9 18FA CF8D EB2D EFD5 FD37 89B9 E069 EA97 FC20 5E35 F577 EE31 C4FB C6E4 4811 7D86 BC8F BAFA 362F 922B F01B 2F40 C744 2654 C0DD 2881 D673 CA2B 4003 C266 E2CD CB02 0301 0001
Without the information on your computer or ours, no one can understand our encrypted communication. For your safety, please expect anyone you give your confidential information to, on the Internet, to use encryption, the way we do.
Online Safety & Security Tips
Download Comodo's FREE Verification Engine and install it. This is an excellent Anti- Phishing Site Authentication and Internet Fraud Protection tool.
Get it here. (http://www.vengine.com/products/vengine/index.html). Highly RECOMMENDED
When you are on a Secure web page (any page that request personal information) verify that HTTPS: is in the address bar and that the address bar is green. The most advanced Security on the web today is SSL/EV (Secure Socket Layer/Extended Validation). How do you know? Again, look for the address bar to Turn Green.
Do not be fooled by a logo of a trusted organization that is NOT valid. Double Click on the logo. If a window does not open, or the window that opens is for the same website, instead of the authoring website, you are being tricked. For example, we have noticed several website proudly displaying well known logos and some not so well known, that are not legitimate.
Download the Free Google Toolbar and install it. This toolbar has an option that shows the Google Page Rank of all websites. Any website who does NOT have a Google Page Rank of at least 1 on their Home page is a very new website or it has been tossed out of Google for some reason or another. Stay with websites who have at least a 1 PR on their Home page and you will greatly reduce your online risk. Almost all Fraudulent websites have a zero Google PR.
Get it here. (http://www.google.com/toolbar/ie/index.html). RECOMMENDED
Computer Safety & Security Tips
First and foremost always update your operating system, your anti-virus software and your firewall with the latest updates. They are usually Free and will eliminate most of the known vulnerabilities of your operating system.
Can you afford Anti-Virus & Firewall software? If not, Comodo Internet Security is an all-in-one security software that keeps your computer completely safe from viruses and internet threats. The software is free for life and incorporates Comodo Firewall and Comodo Antivirus.
Get it here. (http://antivirus.comodo.com/). Highly RECOMMENDED
Download and install the SUPERAntiSpyware Free Edition. SUPERAntiSpyware has a Free version that will detect and remove thousands of Spyware, Adware, Malware, Trojans, KeyLoggers, Dialers, Hi-Jackers, and Worms. SUPERAntiSpyware is very well known for removing spyware threats that other applications fail to remove.
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Download and install the Free Comodo System-Cleaner. Comodo's System-Cleaner Removes corrupt or unnecessary registry entries, deletes duplicate files and needless archives, boost your PC's speed by cleaning out its junk. deletes cookies, cache, history, and usage records, helping to protect your privacy and identity and much more.
Get it here. (http://www.comodo.com/home/support-maintenance/system-cleaner.php). RECOMMENDED
Download and install the Free Comodo Backup Utility. Comodo's Backup utility will backup your files anywhere on your PC, recover your data in case of data loss, schedule backups to run when you want and much more.
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Questions or suggestions
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