Browser Security

Most current Web browsers support secure data transmission. Secure data is encrypted via a security key so that unauthorized people cannot read it as it travels accross the Internet.Our Web server uses a 128 bit secure key to encrypt the data. A 128 bit key corresponds to more than 1,000,000,000,000 possible unique random numbers. This means that in the unlikely event that an unauthorized computer was to attempt a brute force decryption of the secure data, the unauthorized computer would need to try up to one hundred billion passwords.Even if such a process was to succeed, the 128 bit key is only used for one session so the process would need to be repeated each time a visitor accesses our secure Web server. While no Web security can be absolutely perfect, we use the industry standard protocols. If at any time you are not comfortable with applying online, please contact us and we will be happy to take your application over the phone.

Knowing That the Connection Is Secure

All of the loan application forms on this website are secure. When you are using one of these forms, there are a number of ways that you can tell if the page is secure.

  • Look at your browser's 'Address' or 'Location' bar. A secure page starts with "HTTPS://" instead of the usual "HTTP://".
  • Look at the bottom of your browser window. You should see either a key or padlock graphic depending upon your browser version. You can click on these graphics to reveal more security information and options.