- rjparkerjrAsked on April 01, 2011 at 02:37 PM
I just emailed my first form using your service and within minutes this was the question posed to me from one of my clients.
it seems your form is not secure. It is not showing https.
I don't want to misinform my clients. Is my form secure and is their data secure?
Here's my form...
Please let me know asap if I need to correct myself.
- allanftdAnswered on April 01, 2011 at 05:56 PM
Thank you for your message. We understand your concern about data security, and we at JotForm give the highest importance to the security and privacy of our users and their users.
Your forms by itself are secure, but you can add another layer of security by simply making your form SSL-compliant. You cna do this by making the URL of your website start with https:// instead of http://. Your form's URL should therefore become:
Note that you are limited to 10 secure form submissions if you are using a JotForm Free account. For more information, please visit this link: What's the difference between an SSL form and a regular form
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