What is 'https'?
Internet page addresses that begin with 'https' (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure), rather than the standard 'http', are enabled with safe information transmission code.
This transmission uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), which involve a two-key cryptographic system that encrypts data. This is vital in ensuring the safe delivery of confidential information, such as personal banking and credit card details, on the internet. Your Cover websites use 'https' wherever the secure transmission of information is required.