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Old 04-10-2014, 05:19 PM
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Ecwid's SSL through Wix


Hi there,

I've added Ecwid to my Wix store.

I am a bit concerned about Wix's lack of SSL. When the customer checks out using the Ecwid store, it's necessary to login or register. When the customer does it, does the data get through Ecwid's SSL? I don't want the data to be interceptable. If it runs through Wix's interface without SSL, all the communication will be interceptable.

So I'd like to know if all communication done in Wix through Ecwid is SSL secured.

Thanks!

Fernando
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Hi there,

I've added Ecwid to my Wix store.

I am a bit concerned about Wix's lack of SSL. When the customer checks out using the Ecwid store, it's necessary to login or register. When the customer does it, does the data get through Ecwid's SSL? I don't want the data to be interceptable. If it runs through Wix's interface without SSL, all the communication will be interceptable.

So I'd like to know if all communication done in Wix through Ecwid is SSL secured.

Thanks!

Fernando
Hello,

Ecwid transfers all sensitive information via secure HTTPS protocol. It's one of the Ecwid advantages — you don't need to get an SSL certificate to get secure checkout. So when your customers go to checkout and see the padlock they know that these pages are SSL secure. Please, refer to this article for details: http://kb.ecwid.com/w/page/15934652/SSL-HTTPS
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Hello,

Ecwid transfers all sensitive information via secure HTTPS protocol. It's one of the Ecwid advantages — you don't need to get an SSL certificate to get secure checkout. So when your customers go to checkout and see the padlock they know that these pages are SSL secure. Please, refer to this article for details: http://kb.ecwid.com/w/page/15934652/SSL-HTTPS
Hello Liza,

thank you for the answer. I would like to ask one more thing on this topic.

I changed my webpage to Squarespace and I embedded ecwid's "buy" button and minicart widget.

You can visit the shop here http://www.contempecado.com/shop/

As you can see, Squarespace does not support SSL. I know ecwid supports SSL, but when I enter the shopping bag, the conection is still http. It only changes when I actually checkout with Paypal. Does this mean that if the customer enters his email and a password for future buying before the checkout, the conection won't be SSL secure?

Thanks a lot

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Old 05-07-2014, 02:03 PM
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Hello Liza,

thank you for the answer. I would like to ask one more thing on this topic.

I changed my webpage to Squarespace and I embedded ecwid's "buy" button and minicart widget.

You can visit the shop here http://www.contempecado.com/shop/

As you can see, Squarespace does not support SSL. I know ecwid supports SSL, but when I enter the shopping bag, the conection is still http. It only changes when I actually checkout with Paypal. Does this mean that if the customer enters his email and a password for future buying before the checkout, the conection won't be SSL secure?

Thanks a lot
Ecwid transfers all sensitive checkout information via secure HTTPS protocol.

However all the remaining data on your site is transferred via HTTP, that’s why your customer won’t see any security indicators on the site pages. If you want your customers to see that your site transfers all the information securely and to enable them to see the certificate, you will need to install a SSL certificate on your site. Please, refer to the second part of this article for details:http://help.ecwid.com/customer/porta...cwid-and-https
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