By purchasing for your travel through our secure server, you are ensuring protection by Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology, which is utilized by most popular browsers including Netscape and Microsoft Explorer. With this technology you can get to use the most advanced encryption tools necessary which protects information transmitted from your computer to our server. Using encryption, your personal information, such as your name, address, and credit-card information is converted into a code which is securely sent over the Internet.
Your information is deciphered, once the encrypted information is received on our secure server. This is then stored in our record books. Your credit card details are not transmitted through the Net again
Credit Cards and the Internet
Practically speaking, it is considered much safer to use your credit card over the Internet, even if it is unencrypted, than use it elsewhere at.
In a restaurant or a store when you give your credit card, it is possible for the personnel to record your name and card number or take an imprint of your card, if you are not cautious.
However, over the Internet it is relatively difficult to intercept information of an unencrypted transaction, as it is broken down into many small information "packets" which merged with thousands of other such "packets" belonging to other users. It requires expertise to intercept the flow of Internet packets and makes it is difficult to relate a card belongs to a particular transaction.