E-commerce continues to grow, and everything points to it as the main medium for purchasing in the medium term. And although the purchase of products over the Internet has improved a lot over the years, being much safer and simpler as it was the last decade, it is still necessary to take into account a number of keys to buy securely on the Internet. Because even if it doesn’t seem like it, the problem is not buying on the Internet, but how and where we do it. That’s why we’re going to explain these keys one by one so that we don’t get upset that nobody is exempt from, even the most experienced users of the network.
This is an essential factor when making purchases on the Internet, which is that the page on which we are buying is secure. And we can check this from the browser itself. If you have a secure connection, you will see a padlock on the left side of the search bar and usually the message “It’s secure”. It works like a traffic light, and we can see the different safety messages in a colour code, where green is the safest connection and red is obviously the least secure. However, this does not completely protect us, because we can buy from a reputable vendor on a secure site.