I was told because of the site we use at our church, we've embedded our payment solution inside the site. So when you click on a specific donation and you're ready to submit a payment you'll see this:"Your private information is secured using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), the leading security protocol on the Internet. Information is encrypted and exchanged with an https server." I was told it was secure. I ONLY use https sites because I know it's as secure as you can get (none 100%), and I like that I can visibly tell. I won't use the http site even though it has the secure message. When I was told this, I thought I'd do my own checking. How true is this? Can I really be as confident of it being a secure site, as I am with the https and the lock icon? Thank you.