Information and Transactions Security
Oceancube uses the latest encryption and security certification methods in order to secure your navigation and the transactions procedures at our website.
In any of the payment methods and especially in charging cards, Oceancube is not involved and doesn’t keep the details of the cards or web banking passwords, or any financial details. The transactions and the cards’ details, including the number of the credit or debit or prepaid card, are given by the owner of the card through safe bank networks, directly to the banks and Oceancube is just informed by the banking institutions for the success or not completion of the transaction.
The same procedure applies to the payment through PayPal, Bitcoin, Masterpass, web banking (MyBank) and through every bank with the Electronic Payment Code. Our communication with the bank system or organizations is made using encryption methods, complying with all the Greek, European and International standards for the security of transactions, the possession and protection of data, as well as the control by independent institutions, on a daily basis, for the protection of our website from malware and security gaps.
Oceancube uses the TLS 1.2 protocol, with encryption up to 256 bit (the most powerful today), for ensuring the safety of online transactions and for securing the information transmitted between the visitor/client and Oceancube. This way all your personal information are encrypted, including your name and address or any other personal data, so that they cannot be read or changed, during the execution of an online transaction, as a result of a malicious action. The SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) constitutes today the worldwide basic mean on the internet for securing websites (web sites) with certification and encryption of information between the online users and the online servers (web servers).
Communication with a digital SSL certificate requires, that all the information sent between a customer and a server (server), to be encrypted by the sending software and to be decrypted by the acceptance software, this way personal information are protected during their transfer. Additionally, all the information that are sent with the SSL protocol are protected by a mechanism that automatically verifies if the data have been changed during the transfer. Finally, with the SSL digital certificate that Oceancube uses, which you can verify by using our services through our website, you are able to be sure and secure that the projected website belongs to our company and not to a third malicious entity, avoiding in this way becoming a victim of online fraud (phishing).
The DigiCert Inc and Sitelock LLC companies certify each year Oceancube as a legal registered company with all the legitimizing documents, as well as other information, such as address, phone number and more. As a result, you are always sure that you browse the website of a real and legitimate company.
Norton Secured Seal is a security seal which appears on the websites that use one of the Digital Certificates of the world most known company in the field of online security, DigiCert (former department of VeriSign and Symantec digital certificates). DigiCert certifies these websites because they offer a secure interface for online purchases.
When the user presses on the Norton Secured Seal image, a new window opens with information (as you see in the above image) about the legal entity and our website Oceancube, such as the status of the digital certificate and search result for malware. This way you can be sure that, when you make your purchases online in the website of Oceancube, your personal and sensitive data remain safe and that you buy from a legitimate company certified by a world famous third entity.
SiteLock is a security seal which appears on the websites that use the certain service. SiteLock certifies the company’s information and checks the website daily for malware and vulnerabilities.
Note that for space and aesthetic result reasons, the informative seal SiteLock doesn’t appear while browsing from tablets and mobile phones. This doesn’t prevent SiteLock, however, to continue on a daily basis to check Oceancube for malware and by making additional checks.