Security - SSL

Your privacy is protected and secured. has a valid security certificate with the strongest, and highest possible levels of security. HTTPS and the security lock icon (or keys) in your browser address bar, located at the top of the browser window, shows that our USA people search website is secure to use. The "S" in HTTPS stands for "Secure". All data is encrypted and cannot be intercepted.

SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is a standard security protocol which ensures that all communication between our web server and your browser remains encrypted and private. use Comodo SSL Certificate 2048 bit signatures, 256 encryption.

SSL allows sensitive information to be transmitted securely. SSL encrypts sensitive information. When your browser attempts to access that is secured by SSL, your browser and our web server establish an SSL connection that no one else can see. SSL does this by using encryption algorithms to scramble the data in transit into an undecipherable format. This protects both you and us from hackers and identity thieves. It simply provides authentication, privacy, and data integrity.

Note that we are not able (or any website) to ensure you a 100% secure connection. We use a industry-standard 256-bit encryption from the world's largest commercial certificate authority. It is the highest possible level of security on the Internet.

For more information how your privacy is protected on Privacy Policy Page

SSL Was Developed By Netscape

SSL was developed by Netscape in 1994/95 for the purpose of ensuring safe Internet communications. The first version was never released because it didn't work. The first official release was out in 1995. and the 3rd version was released in 1996.

In 2015, the Internet Engineering Task Force announced that they no longer approved the SSL version 3. Transport Layer Security (TLS) is today the standard and a much better way to make sure that network communication is secure

The SSL/TLS encryption makes sure that no third party can read the data communication between you and our website. User names, passwords, and other sensitive data are easy to expose. You should not give out any information to an unencrypted (HTTP) website. Always make sure that you can see the security lock icon (or keys) in your browser address bar and that the Internet address starts with HTTPS.