The online store “www.onarhome.gr” has as its main priority the protection of your personal data as well as your electronic transactions and takes all the necessary measures, with the most modern and advanced methods, to ensure the maximum possible security. All information related to your personal information and transactions are secure and confidential. The security of the online store “www.onarhome.gr” is achieved by the following methods:
The “www.onarhome.gr” online store uses SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) technology. The specific SSL protocol (Secure Sockets Layer) is today the global standard on the Internet for the certification of websites (web sites). With this technology, every item you enter on our site is encrypted/coded before it goes online, thus protecting personal information in transit.
All payments made using a card are processed through the electronic payment platform — while the information sent with the SSL protocol is protected by a mechanism that automatically checks if the data has been changed in transit.
Encryption is essentially a way of encoding information until it reaches its recipient, who will be able to decode it using the appropriate key.
CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION – PERSONAL SECURITY
Additional personal security is the user name and the personal security code (password) that you give when you become a member of “www.onarhome.gr”. In this way, every time you use them, they give you access to your personal information with complete security.
During your order and as long as you have logged in with your username and personal security code (password) in the “www.onarhome.gr” online store, the communication between your computer and our systems is encrypted using a key 128 bits. That is, every time you send information to the system, your browser first encrypts it using a 128bit key and then sends it to the system.
Just as you take care of your credit card transactions and do not tell anyone your PIN, so with the specific codes you must keep them carefully and never give them to third parties, in order to avoid the risk of these details being reach third parties, strangers to you.
Tip: When creating the personal security code (password) create a security code using symbols together with alphanumeric characters. For security reasons, you must change your password at regular intervals and avoid using easily traceable passwords (e.g. phone number, date of birth, etc.).