Secure Online Shopping
Through a proactive, robust security program that constantly researches and implements the latest security best practices, we protect our customers' personally identifiable information, not only meeting, but far exceeding security requirements of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. We only use state-of-the-art software and hardware to protect all data. With many years of proven experience in selling online, our shopping websites have never been compromised. You can feel safe ordering from shopping websites owned and operated by World Net Enterprises, Inc., as all are protected by industry leading 2048-bit, SHA-256 encrypted certificates, which is the highest security protocol available today.
Our comprehensive, industry leading security features and practices include:
- A security posture driven by SO and NIST standards for business continuity planning; system access control; system development and maintenance; physical and environmental security compliance; human resources security and personal security; and computer network management
- Secure transmissions with 2048-bit, SHA-256 SSL encryption, state-of-the-art software and hardware to protect all data involved in any transaction
- Leading intelligence password and verification procedures, including image verification, security questions, and IP lockout based upon multiple login attempts
- Firewall intrusion prevention systems for every database server that protects the internal network from the outside world
- Regular internal and external audits
- Adherence to the strictest possible privacy policies and protocols to ensure data protection.
WEBSITE SECURITY TERM DEFINITIONS
2048-bit, SHA-256 SSL Encryption
SSL Certificates are small data files that digitally bind a cryptographic key to an organization’s details. When installed on a web server, it activates the padlock and the https protocol (over port 443) and allows a secure connection from a web server to a browser. In World Net Enterprises, Inc. shopping websites, 2048-bit, SHA-256 security certificate are used to secure credit card transactions, data transfer and logins. 2048-bit, SHA-256 Encryption security certificates are the most complex, and offer by far the most security available to date.
What Happens When a Browser Encounters SSL
1. A browser attempts to connect to a website secured with SSL.
2. The browser requests that the web server identify itself.
3. The server sends the browser a copy of its SSL Certificate.
4. The browser checks whether it trusts the SSL Certificate. If so, it sends a message to the server.
5. The server sends back a digitally signed acknowledgement to start an SSL encrypted session.
6. Encrypted data is shared between the browser and the server and https appears.
In cryptography, SHA-256 is a cryptographic hash function designed by the United States National Security Agency and is a U.S. Federal Information Processing Standard published by the United States National Institute of Standards and Technology.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is a non-governmental organization that is the world's largest developer of standards. Their goal is to create international standards that help facilitate trade, lead to similar levels of workmanship, increase product quality, make the world safer, create more reliable products and services, and increase interchangeability of products and services. Because ISO is non-governmental, their standards are voluntary. They have no authority to enforce their standards. Regulatory agencies may choose to adopt ISO standards and then use their regulatory powers for enforcement.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is a non-regulatory federal agency under the Department of Commerce. NIST is the United States National Measurement Institute. Their mission is to develop and promote measurement, standards and technology to enhance productivity, facilitate trade and improve the overall security of ecommerce trade.
Your information is secure when shopping the Stun Gun Superstore,
a division of World Net Enterprises, Inc.