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Security Policy

Capitalizer powered by BiG has a safety system with rigorous controls in several domains: system’s safety, operations and communications, warranty and user protection.

The most advanced platform systems are used, with the highest international safety standards available. Our partners are reputed international entities, with which we define the most robust solutions, so that safety is kept without reservations.

In order to achieve the highest safety patterns, while establishing communications and using the online services free from damaging interferences, you should keep your personal computer safe.



Safety is a key element for both Capitalizer and BiG. As such, we constantly seek to adopt the most advanced technology and best practices in order to ensure an adequate safety level for our users and clients.



Capitalizer’s website adopts the TLS 1.2 RC4 EV (Transport Layer Security – Extended Validation) protocol, with a 2048 bits encryption, ensuring that before the user establishes a secure session, there is a confirmation that the website is in fact Capitalizer’s. This check is guaranteed by the VeriSgin – Symantec digital certificate. Capitalizer’s website supports the most advanced encryption available - TLS 1.2 RC4 – supported in the MS Internet Explorer 8 and the MS Windows 7 or above.



The concept associated with data encryption is the codification through algorithms, ensuring the confidentiality between the access and the user.

Due to our encryption at 2048 bits, the access to our website shall be performed through MS Internet Explorer version 8.0 or above, or browsers supporting this technology.

The user may confirm the existence of a safe session through the green padlock and/or the green address bar, visible in its browser.



For your better protection, BiG has adopted the Extended Validation digital certificate technology, which indicates, through elements in the browser’s address bar, usually in green, the authenticity of the website you are visiting.

This visual sign allows the user to enjoy a superior anti-phishing protection level, working as a clear indication that the user is navigating through the real website and not a simulated one. In order for these identifiable elements to be correctly validated, you must possess the latest security updates regarding the operating system and the browser you are using.

In order to analyse the website’s validation certificate, among other information, click on the bounded areas, or on the padlock symbol which is usually present in these webpages.