Your connection to BitChop is private and completely secure because of SSL SHA-256 bit encryption used to encrypt the data transmitted between you and our server. The keys for this encryption are generated uniquely for each connection and are based on a shared secret negotiated key at the start of the session.
In short, the connection is secure.
Even if the actual website you are trying to access is not encrypted your connection with us will be encrypted so that you can enjoy a secure environment while using our web proxy BitChop.net site. The way our SSL encryption works is your browser or server attempts to connect to our BitChop Web server, secured with SSL. The web browser/BitChop Server requests that the web server identify itself. The BitChop server sends the browser/BitChop Web Server a copy of its SSL certificate. The browser/BitChop Web Server checks to see whether or not it trusts the SSL certificate. If so, it sends a message to the BitChop Web server. The BitChop Web server sends back a digitally signed acknowledgement to start an SSL encrypted session. Encrypted data is shared between the browser/ BitChop Web Server and the Web server. This is to ensure security from our end to your end and serve the basic purpose of using a virtual network.