Security of the System

The latest safety technology to date plus other complementary measures have been incorporated in SSL ENCODING PROTOCOL OF 128 bits. SAFE SERVER. This technology enables that the data introduced on the monitor and which travel through the network are encoded by an algorithm, with variable codes on each connection. These codes are basically the essential element in the security of a "safe server". In Europe, these codes have a maximum length of 40 bits. However, banks may use codes of up to 128 bits. In order to "decipher" these codes, several extremely powerful computers working together for a number of days, would be required. is hosted in a safe server and has incorporated these 128 bit-codes. To access the Net, users need to use the most up-dated navigators, as previous versions only accept codes up to 40 bits, and the oldest versions not even this.