Payments and Security
We use Piraeus Bank third-party payments system to store and secure your payment information and execute transactions securely. We do not store any of your payment data on our servers. If you have any questions regarding your payment data, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To ensure your privacy and transaction security via greeceinthebox.com, we use HTTPS (which means HTTP Secure), a combination of SSL/TLS technology with simple HTTP.
At greeceinthebox.com we have issued a 256-bit digital certificate of COMODO RSA, a market leader and the No. 1 SSL Certificate Authority in the world, with more than 36% of the market, according to w3techs.com on 1 July 2015).
The link to this site is encrypted and validated using TLS 1.2 (strong protocol), ECDHE_RSA with P-384 (strong key exchange) and AES_256_GCM (strong password).
When navigating the greeceinthebox.com site and during the online transactions, a lock / padlock is displayed at the top left of the browser before the website address, confirming that your connection is encrypted and protected.
The greeceinthebox.com system first decrypts the information it receives using the same key (pre-defined at the start of your connection to the service) and then processes them. Company systems send you information by following the same encryption process. At any point of the site you enter personal data (password, addresses, phones, credit cards, etc.) there is 256-bit SSL encryption. Encryption is essentially a way of encoding the information until it reaches its intended recipient, which will be able to decode it using the appropriate key. When ordering and if the user / customer is logged in with his username and personal password at greeceinthebox.com online store, all communication between your computer and greeceinthebox.com systems is encrypted using a 256bits key. That is, each time you send information to the system, your browser first encrypts it using a 256-bit key and then sends it to the system. The greeceinthebox.com system first decrypts the information it receives using the same key (pre-defined at the start of your connection to the service) and then processes them. Greeceinthebox.com systems send you information by following the same encryption process.