Online shopping at Englaon.com.au. is Safe
We use extremely safe 128-bit SSL (Secure Socket Layer) HTTPS encryption to protect all the information you enter on our website. We use an industry-trusted solution Norton 360 software and RapidSSL certificates to make sure that you will shop with absolute peace of mind.
HTTPS (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure) is the secure version of HTTP, the protocol over which data is sent between your browser and the website that you are connected to. The ‘S’ at the end of HTTPS stands for ‘Secure’. It means all communications between your browser and the website are encrypted. HTTPS is often used to protect highly confidential online transactions like online banking and online shopping order forms. Web browsers such as Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome also display a padlock icon in the address bar to visually indicate that an HTTPS connection is in effect.
We never store credit card information. In fact, we don’t even require it. All customers payments are completed by PayPal, no matter you want to pay with PayPal or pay with a Card. Whatever your level of concern about transaction safety, Englaon has got you covered.
We abide by the standards of the Australian government’s National Privacy Principles for the Fair Handling of Personal Information, and we never ask for more information than we require to complete your transaction.
While we do everything possible on our side to ensure that your information is secure, there’s no reason not to take precautions of your own. Even the world’s best security can’t protect you if you carelessly tell somebody else your password.
- Always make your password hard to guess.
Always mix numbers, symbols and letters in upper and lower case. Never create passwords that are easy to guess from your name or date of birth.
- Never store your password anywhere.
The only place information is truly safe is in your head.
- Don’t shop online using unsecured Wi-Fi connections.
While your connection to our website is secure, your own laptop may not be. Prevent identity thieves grabbing any personal information by avoiding the open Wi-Fi networks found in public places.
- Never give anyone unnecessary personal details.
The more information you give out, the easier it is to impersonate you.
- Keep your computer security up to date.
Running your computer without a firewall and antivirus software means you could be unwittingly sending everything you type to a third party, including your address, credit card number and verification codes. Be sure to regularly update your Browser
- Be careful of entering your details into a non-secure website.
When shopping online, look at the website address (URL). If it doesn’t begin with “https” (HTTP Secure), then the information you enter is not being encrypted between your computer and the site, and it might be stolen.