Why is it safe to use this website?
Dionysus Cellular uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology. This is a security protocol that is today's de-facto standard for securing communications and transactions across the internet. SSL has been implemented in all major browsers and web servers. It plays a major role in today's online commerce, retail shopping, banking, webmail and more.
The SSL protocol uses digital certificates to create a secure, confidential communications "pipe" between two entities. Data transmitted over an SSL connection cannot be tampered with or forged without the two parties becoming immediately aware of the tampering.
Breaking the encryption of the keys used on this site is out of reach for conventional computing and is expected to remain so for several years.
How can you verify that our site is safe?
In your browser (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox etc), you will notice the prefix “https” shown in the address bar (other sites often include only “http”).
The “s” denotes that you are on a secure site. This is only possible if your browser acknowledges the validity of our digital certificate and that a secure connection has been reached. You will also notice that your browser will have an image of a lock (in the address bar or at the bottom of the screen). A closed lock confirms that the page you are on is secure, while an open lock reveals questionable security. Like online banking websites, pages for browsing on Dionysus Cellular are not secure since you will not be required to release any personal information here! However, when you make an online application on our site, you move to an area that is fully protected (as denoted by the https and a closed lock). This approach is adopted by leading internet companies like Google, Amazon, eBay as well as the banks.
Remember, if you are asked for personal information on a site where you cannot see the https prefix and a closed lock in your browser, you are at risk of transmitting your information over an unsafe, unsecure, unencrypted channel.
If you have any more concerns about your security, or simply prefer the old-fashioned paperwork, click here to download the forms for emailing or faxing to us.