SSL Form and Confirmation


G

Guest

Hi, I have a form on a site that is on a secure.bcentralhost server. After
the information is submitted I have the confirmation page set-up to show the
information entered. When I point to the confirmation page on the regular
(Non ssl) page it works but when I point it to the confirmation page with the
webbot confirmation fields on the regular site - the confirmation page works.
If there information is sent back to them on a non SSL form is it still
considered a secure transaction?

Also, if the form contents are e-mailed to the administrator using secure
e-mail do youo still consider it a secure transaction? Thank you.
 
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David Berry

Any form, or page, that uses httpS is a secure form (page). As far as
email, that's a different story. Just having a form submit to an httpS page
doesn't mean the email is secure. Your web host would need to set secure
email (email that uses a secure connection)
 
G

Guest

Thanks David. But what about the resulting confirmation page with the FP Web
Component confirmation fields not being on the secure site? In other words
the information is sent back to the user to confirm not on a secure form and
then they have the option to use their "Back" button to make corrections. Is
that secure?
 
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