When PayGate processes a transaction for you via any of our secure payment web services, the transaction is encrypted. We make use of the latest SSL encryption which encrypts all data sent from the browser to PayGate in such a way that only our servers can read it.

The Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), is the world standard for secure data transmission over the Internet. SSL uses authentication and encryption technology developed by RSA Data Security Inc.

All the mainstream Web browsers support SSL.


If you look at the location (URL) field at the top of the browser you will see it begins with https: instead of the normal http:
This means that you are in secure (SSL) mode.

You can also verify the security of a document by examining the security icon at the bottom-right hand corner of your browser. (Usually a lock and key padlock or a solid gold key depending on your browser and version). This is your assurance that your browser and our server are communicating securely. All information transmitted on our secure servers is encrypted while in transit, so that even if the information is intercepted it is useless to anyone.