Nobody today can guarantee that hackers won’t break into their website and steal your details. We will, however, make every effort to secure our website and your stored details. You can help by not reusing passwords you’ve used elsewhere to register with us.
We allow you to purchase from us without registering an account. If you are concerned about your data, you don’t need to register.
We don’t store your credit card details – these are handled by the transaction providers like PayPal. So noone can steal your card details from us.
We use the popular WordPress CMS (content management system) and Woocommerce shopping cart. These are well supported open-source software, but any software can have security holes, so we regularly upgrade to the latest versions to fix any bugs or security issues which have been discovered.
The Kids In The Kitchen NZ website runs on the secure Ubuntu Linux platform and the server is automatically upgraded with the latest updates.
The website uses SSL certificates from https://letsencrypt.org to secure all traffic.
Kids In The Kitchen administrators use strong passwords and two-factor authentication to prevent hackers logging in even if they somehow discovered our passwords.