HavanaCasaParticular.com has been processing online reservations since 1997 and we have always placed the security of our transactions and our customers’ as our top priority. We will continue to offer our customers the highest level of security available transactions and hope this reassures you when you make your reservations with us.
All sensitive information exchanged between your computer and our site is encrypted. This ensures that your information is transmitted securely and is safe from third parties. Please read on for more information on site encryption.
To Check Our Site's Security Status:
When you click to confirm your booking on the confirmation page displaying your chosen accommodation or services. Look at the site's URL in your browser window. You will see an "s" added to the familiar "http" (to make "https"), this indicates that SSL is in effect for the current page.
• In Netscape Navigator 3.0 and earlier, the broken key symbol in the lower-left corner of your browser window becomes solid when you are in secure mode.
• IIn Netscape Communicator 4.0 and 4.5, the padlock symbol in the corner, usually open, is closed in secure mode.
• In Internet Explorer, a closed padlock appears when you are in secure mode.
• If you're about to send information to a site that's not using SSL, your browser will warn you first.
SSL protects your communications during transmission. Because of the authentication involved, secure servers are slower than the regular server for delivering files. Therefore SSL is only used when transmitting sensitive information across the web.