Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Safe and Secure Appointments

If you look at the URL when you are using YouBookIn you will notice that the address starts with https not http like most websites. The extra S means that it is a secure site.

Https encrypts and decrypts user requests as well as the pages that are returned by the web server. The use of https protects against what is known as eavesdropping and man in the middle attacks.

This system was designed by Netscape communications Corporation to provide authentication and encripted communication and is widely used on the World Wide Web for security-sensitive communications such as banking.

Whether you are a healthcare professional or run a nail bar the security and privicy of your data is our main concern, that is why we designed YouBookIn around https rather than take the easy solution and use unsecured http.

Note: you do not need to type in https when logging in to YouBookIn you will automatically be redirected to our secure server.

Experience YouBookIn for yourself take a free trial at www.youbookin.com

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