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actions taken by you or any third party in reliance thereon. Admiral Online does not guarantee that delivery of an alert has been or will be effected and Admiral Online shall not be
responsible for any losses or missed opportunities incurred by you due to the delayed or non-delivery of an alert through the DictoMail service. DictoMail alert delivery times are not
guaranteed by Admiral Online or its data providers. You agree that some of Admiral Online's third party information sources have specific operating hours and that during non-operational hours
Admiral Online may not have access to information necessary to determine whether an alert should be delivered. You are responsible for determining the criteria (e.g., account activity) which
govern your receipt of alerts.
You understand that alerts, which may convey information about your account and account activity will be traveling through an unencrypted medium and may be
accessed, used, or misappropriated by unintended third-party recipients. Alerts sent through an unencrypted medium can be activated and deactivated by you at any time. You agree that
information transmitted through the DictoMail service by electronic communication is not confidential and you acknowledge that you have no expectation of privacy with respect to such
information. You agree that Admiral Online and its affiliates shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages caused by (a) the unauthorized use or
misappropriation of any and all information transmitted through the DictoMail service by electronic communication, or (b) any use of information provided to you through
the DictoMail service.
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of the familiar HTTP indicates a secure channel to the server. In Netscape Navigator* 4.x and Microsoft Internet Explorer* 4.x, the security icon is a padlock. The hasp of the padlock will be
closed once a secure channel is established. This Admiral Online page uses SSL 3.0, RC4 with 128 bit high encryption; RSA with 1024 bit public key exchange. To view the security
certificate right click on this page and select properties.
Security on the Internet begins with your browser. You must use a browser that supports the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption if you wish to take full advantage of the
DictoMail site. SSL allows you to securely send and receive encrypted data over the Internet. This protocol provides a secure channel for data transmission through its public/private key
encryption capabilities. When you visit pages requesting sensitive personal information, we will encrypt the data to prevent third parties from accessing it in transit. (Look for the
padlock icon on your browser or .)
You have your set of responsibilities in providing security for your DictoMail account. Passwords must be kept secret. You should make sure that no one is physically
watching as your passwords are entered. It is also important to remember to log out of the DictoMail site and even close all browser when leaving the computer. If
your PC is left unattended with the browser running and a valid User Name and Password cached, anyone may gain access to the account. You should also take
precautions to keep computers clean and free from viruses that could be used to capture your password keystrokes.