At ExploraTrack.com, we are committed to protecting your privacy
to protecting the privacy of our customers. We use the information
that we collect about our customers only to fulfill product
orders and to inform customers of their order status.
When you shop at ExploraTrack.com, we collect transactional
information, or Personally Identifiable Information, from
you such as your name, telephone number, e-mail address, billing
and shipping addresses, and credit card or other payment information.
ExploraTrack.com does not sell or rent your transactional
information to others in any form.
easier, to make the site run more smoothly and help us to
maintain a secure site. They only contain a limited amount
of information on what products you have put into your cart
and are required for checkout. No other transactional information
is stored in this format and all cookies are automatically
deleted once you close your active browser. Cookies MUST be
enabled on your browser to shop at ExploraTrack.com.
At ExploraTrack.com you can be assured that your transactional
information is secure and consistent with current industry
standard SSL encryption technology. The importance of security
for all transactional information associated with our customers
is of utmost importance and concern to us. All customer transactional
account information is kept on a secure server.
Please be aware that our site may contain links to other
sites on the Internet that are owned and operated by third
parties. The information practices of those websites linking
ExploraTrack.com has no control over the use or disclosure
of user data on other sites on the Internet and we recommend
that you review the privacy policies of such sites to determine
your privacy rights on such sites.
ExploraTrack.com will remain committed to protecting your
to time. When such a change is made, we will post the revised
ExploraTrack.com takes the security of your online transactions
seriously. Our secure server uses software (SSL) that encrypts
all of your personal information including your name, address,
phone number, and most importantly your credit card number.
It encrypts this information so it cannot be read as it travels
over the internet.
Our shopping system uses one of the greatest developments in the Web's secure
backbone in over 10 years... a new kind of SSL Certificate, the
first since the technology's origin more than a decade ago.
These new certificates are called Extended Validation (EV) SSL Certificates, and they
represent more than a year's effort by the CA/Browser Forum, an industry consortium of
leading Web browser manufacturers and SSL certification authorities (CAs) such as
VeriSign. Extended Validation SSL Certificates use a minimum of 128-bit encryption to secure your information.
Extended Validation SSL encryption
makes your online ordering safe and has been adopted as the
standard for processing secure Internet transactions. Internet Explorer 7 (IE7) has added several interface conventions to enhance identification of site ownership.
Most obvious is the "green address bar." When an IE7 browser accesses a page with a
valid EV certificate, the background of the address bar turns green. This simple change
indicates very visibly that a site has undergone high-level identity authentication.
Certain settings in IE7 can affect the display of these interface conventions. In particular,
for the interface to exhibit these behaviors, the browser needs to have its Online
Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) function enabled. OCSP makes it possible for a
browser to check SSL Certificates in real time to ensure they have not been revoked.
Most recent browser releases support OCSP and at the same time contain a control in
the interface that allows it to be turned off. Because of the high trust promise of EV
certificates, IE7 requires OCSP to be enabled for it to display green address bars and
other EV interface conventions to any EV SSL certificate.
'Green for Go' lets you know that this site underwent a high level of identity authentication, and also that no incidents
have occurred subsequently to require the revocation of this certificate.