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How do the free SSL secure contact forms work?
Adding the security feature to your forms is optional and free. Your visitors' form submissions will then be protected by 128-bit, 4-tier, SSL security. Accept orders, credit card information, and other sensitive information via your secure contact forms on your own website. There is, however, a limit of 15 secure form submissions per day, which Allforms says "may be increased on demand." You could also upgrade to the "Plus" account, which is just $10 per year, and you will then be able to accept unlimited secure form submissions. Allforms recommends that you only use the secure forms when absolutely necessary, because "performance wise, secure submissions are slower than normal form submissions." To create a secure form, in the first line of your form code, you need to replace your form's action attribute from the normal URL:
 
http://free.allforms.mailjol.net/u/XXXXXXXX.php
 
to a secure URL (adding an "s" after http):

https://free.allforms.mailjol.net/u/XXXXXXXX.php

You can get the secure URL for your form by logging into your Form Administration Panel at Allforms and clicking the SSL logo (lock icon) near the normal form script address.

AllForms' 4-tier security system will encrypt the form data to a very high level as soon as it arrives on the server before storing it into the database. The data submitted via your form will not be sent to your e-mail address, since email is not secure. Instead, you will receive notification and a link via email. Click on that link, log in, and view your secure messages. This data will be stored on Allforms server for 30 days, after which it will be deleted. You can view your data online and/or download your data in either of two formats: 
 
- Download as CSV (comma seperated values) in order to import data into applications such as MS Excel.
- Download as PDF.

Two more restrictions for secure email forms:
1.  (For advanced users) Only the POST method is allowed for secure submissions, as data submitted through the GET method can be hacked easily by URL tracing.
2.  File upload (i.e. 'multipart/form-data' encoding) is not supported through the secure forms.