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How do I Receive SSL Submissions?Last Update: April 15, 2017
UPDATE: We are happy to announce that by default, all form direct links and embed codes are now secured by default. You can learn more about this news on our blog post here.
Secure or SSL Forms are for secure communications between the client (i.e the end user of your form) &Jotforms' servers. These communications are encrypted to prevent snooping by a 3rd party, this will make the communication between the server and client secure.
Using the old interface (version 3)
It is very easy. Use a secure URL for your form. Please follow all steps below:
1. Click on the "Embed Form" button on the top toolbar
2. Check the "Secure Form" box in the Form Embed Wizard and choose your preferred Form Embed Method
You will notice that the form URL is changed to https://secure.jotform.co/...
**All the various embedding options will show https, upon clicking the check box, to be used on your website.**
Let's say, you already have the form embedded to a page with its normal non-secure URL and you want to automatically update the codes to secure URL without re-embedding the form, just please follow steps below:
Form your current Form Embed URL, change the following:
FROM: http://www TO: https://secure or https://www
FROM: http://form TO: https://secure or https://www
Current Non-Secure Form Embed Codes is:
Form Embed Codes with the changes mentioned above:
Note: If you don't have a secure web server (i.e your website's address doesn't start with https) and you embed a secure form into the webpage, the end user's web browser will report the connection as not being entirely secure. in these instances, it may be better to provide a link to the form using its JotForm URL.
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