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Hour 20. Sending and Reacting to Form Data > Exploring Submission Security

Exploring Submission Security

When your users submit form information, it travels in packets across the Internet along with millions of other packets. Packets are electronic bundles of information that carry your data to the server. These packets of information can be intercepted and read by people who understand how to intercept and reassemble data taken from the Web. Even though this is not a common occurrence, you still should take steps to assure your users that sensitive data is secure.

Again, this is a Web server issue. The Web server on which your site is located must have secure sockets enabled. Many ISPs offer this service. Ask your Webmaster whether you have access to secure Web pages.


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