Agryd.com, an Indian Social Networking Website has made itself EV SSL (Extended Validity Secured Socket Layer) certified. The certificate is issued to company Agryd Softech Pvt. Ltd., Jodhpur, Rajasthan and is issued by GeoTrust Inc.
Online PR News – 21-January-2014 – Jodhpur/ Rajasthan – These days, almost every computer savvy person is indulged with one or the other social networking website. Most of them are even unaware of the need for online security; thereby giving a plunge to cybercriminals. The cyber threats by these hackers can be very disastrous like stealing confidential account information or may be infecting computer system with a backdoor. It is not only liability of users to take care of their account information but is also responsibility to social networking websites to provide a secure environment to its users.
Understanding this awareness and responsibility, Agryd.com, an Indian Social Networking Website has made itself EV SSL (Extended Validity Secured Socket Layer) certified. The certificate is issued to company Agryd Softech Pvt. Ltd., Jodhpur, Rajasthan and is issued by GeoTrust Inc. This certificate is not only helpful to existing users to surf website in a secured environment but is also beneficial to gain trust of visitors.
How to identify a SSL certified secured website?
Often a small “lock” icon is seen in address bar of browser while you are visiting an online banking or shopping site. Sometimes you might notice that the address bar has turned to green. This indicates that you are communicating with website in a secured environment as the website is SSL certified. You can rest assured that all the information you send over to website remains private and confidential. It is to note that the urls of all SSL certified websites starts with “HTTPS”.
Besides, SSL encryption, this most popular Indian social networking website has provision of captcha verification at the time of registration. This captcha verification is a type of test to verify the authenticity of a human being registering the website and not the computer program trying to fool the system.
So, stay calm and enjoy surfing over Agryd in a safe and secured environment.