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indieHD Online Security Policy

Last revised February 20, 2018


Some areas of indieHD, such as any page at which you have the option to purchase a product or service, require that you submit sensitive, personal data to our webserver. Such data might include your name, address, and credit card information. In an effort to safeguard your information against unauthorized viewing and theft, we use an encryption technology known as "TLS".

A TLS connection is established between your computer and our webserver any time you visit an area of the site at which your personal information will be collected if you voluntarily provide it (e.g. when you buy a digital album to download). As long as this connection remains in place, nobody is able to read the information traveling between your computer and our webserver.

Whenever you direct your Web browser to one of the abovementioned areas, you will notice that a lock icon appears in your browser window (typically in the top-left corner), which indicates that any communication between your computer and our Web server is encrypted, and is therefore extremely difficult to intercept. Your personal information is as safe as is reasonably possible while in transit to our Web server.

TLS Certificate Details

Our TLS certificate, which provides the encryption for the secure transmission of data from your computer to our Web server, is issued by Let's Encrypt and implements the strongest encryption available today.

To test our TLS certificate and verify its integrity, expiration date, and more, you may use this industry-standard tool to verify the information for yourself.

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