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Security - Account & Website

HorsePlayer Interactive works hard to keep your account and personal information secure. From updated security technology to advanced fraud prevention measures, we have the tools in place to provide a strong defense against electronic scams and fraud.

HorsePlayer Interactive maintains physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that are designed to meet industry standards to guard your non-public personal information.

We protect your account information by:

     - Placing it on the secure portion of our Web site
     - Requiring you to enter a unique UserID and account Number along with a password to access your account information online
     - Using firewalls and other security technology to protect our network and systems from external attacks
     - Enabling our servers with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology to prevent unauthorized parties from viewing the non-public personal information that you provide or access during a secure session

Some of our third-party service providers have access to your nonpublic personal information only on a limited, "need-to-know" basis. We conduct regular internal audits of our business practices and procedures, examining confidentiality standards and information access in order to protect your personal information.
We employ advanced technology for Web security. We also adhere to a strict
privacy policy to safeguard your personal information.    

Helpful Security Tips

Use anti-virus software.

The most important thing you can do to protect your account and your personal information is to run the latest version of a proven anti-virus software program on your computer.

Anti-virus software will help protect your system from "Trojan Horse" programs, which can be sent to you via e-mail. Trojan Horse programs can capture and send any information found on your system, including your passwords, secret documents, or your keystrokes, to another person without your consent.

 Use a personal firewall package.

Every computer connected to the Internet is at risk of attack from other computers. A major step that helps improve the security of your computer is the use of a personal firewall. Personal firewalls can be software or hardware, and they protect your computer by preventing external systems on the internet from controlling or gaining access to your computer without your knowledge.

This protection is especially important for people using cable or DSL connections to the Internet. While your computer is connected to the Internet, hackers can attack and even remotely connect into your system. Personal firewalls drop those requested connections and protect your system while it is online.  

Use current versions of software and operating systems.

Keep your system up to date by running current versions of software and operating systems. Vendors do not always support older software and operating systems, so as new security issues are found, older software remains vulnerable while security patches are released for newer versions.

Staying current also means using the latest security patches and software updates.  

Secure your wireless network.

Use of a wireless network presents several security concerns. Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) is the standard encryption that wireless devices use, but it is a "weak" encryption algorithm. There are applications that can be easily obtained that can break that encryption.

Even when WEP is used, make sure you only access personal information through websites that use Secure Sockets Layers (SSL). Please refer to your equipment manuals for instructions and capabilities, but here are some recommended configurations:

Use 128-bit WEP encryption.
Use MAC filtering to block access to unknown devices.
Change your wireless network name and encryption keys periodically.
Change any default passwords for administering your wireless access point.
Do not advertise your wireless network name (SSID). This is referred to as operating in "closed network" mode.

Use your own computer.

Passwords can be stolen when you log on to a Web site using someone else's computer, such as in a hotel lobby, restaurant, or airport. These computers may have Trojan Horse programs on them that will intercept every keystroke you enter, including your passwords, and send them to potentially anyone anywhere in the world.

Choose a strong PIN and change it regularly.

NEVER share your PIN with anyone, and change it frequently.
Always use a PIN that is difficult for others to guess. Do not use obvious data, such as last 4 digits of your phone number, address, birthdays, sequences of numbers like 1234, or 1111 are not safe PIN's.  

Empty your temporary Internet files or cache folder when finished.

Any information that you displayed or entered into your computer could possibly be temporarily stored in the browser memory storage area.

After you have finished your session at www.horseplayerinteractive.com, log off, close your browser completely, and erase any information that may have been stored on your computer by your browser. To learn how to configure your browser to automatically (or manually) delete the information stored in these folders, consult the User Manual, FAQ, or Help function of your browser and operating system software.

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