Instead of starting with "http," a secure site's URL will start with "https." Depending on your web browser, an icon that looks like a locked padlock may also appear to show that you're on a secure website.
To be sure the site is secure, look for a small locked padlock icon (often located in the right corner of the browser window) or check for "https" instead of "http" in the URL.
When you visit a secure site, your browser should show an image of a locked padlock, and instead of the usual http, the site's address will start with https.
You can identify a secure transaction by a padlock icon appearing at the checkout page - either at the bottom of your browser window or next to the URL.
Arguably the most widely recognized style, Chloé's Paddington bag features a signature padlock, rounded handles and rich pebbled leather.