What is encryption? Let us give you a little background information before we answer that question.
When you're on the Internet -- sending or receiving email, chatting, or even surfing - you're sending information back and forth between your computer and another. It doesn't go just from your machine to the other machine. It takes a winding route through several different systems. Someone could be monitoring your data "conversation" at any point along the route -- like someone could be eavesdropping on your conversation with your friends.
The technology used - SSL (that stands for Secure Sockets Layer) with 128-bit encryption on March2Success and many other leading Web sites - allows you to conduct your digital conversations in private, in a way that only your machine and the other machine understand.
Most of the newer Web browsers support 128-bit encryption, but older ones - or browsers purchased outside the United States - might not. Check your encryption preferences to see if yours does. You could also go to https://www.fortify.net/sslcheck.html to check.
If you find out that your browser doesn't support this level of encryption, you'll have to download a program to fix your browser. It's free, and you can do it from almost anywhere in the world. If you use Internet Explorer, go to click here and choose the "high encryption" pack for your version of Internet Explorer. You can get the latest version of Firefox at http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/.