The purpose of a certificate is to encrypt the traffic between your computer and our servers, as well as authenticate that the website your browsing is in fact Helcim. If you've experienced a certificate error when browsing our website, please read the information below carefully:
You could have malware on your computer that is intercepting the connection.
You could be using an unsafe Internet connection.
Your computer could be in need of a software update.
We use an Extended Validation (EV) certificate provided by GeoTrust, with a SHA-256 signature algorithm. Having moved away from the older SHA1 to meet the latest PCI compliance requirements, there have been some reported issues with these latest certificates.
Mac OS x
While Mac OS X version 10.5+ can support SHA-256, there have been reports of bugs with 10.8 and 10.9 and the EV certificates (see links below). Users should patch their operating system with the latest version and updates.