CANAPATH | Payments and security


  • Countersign: NOT AVAILABLE 


  • Credit Card: NOT AVAILABLE


  • Bank Transfer: You can pay by making a direct bank transfer to our current bank account also available for foreign bank transfers. You'll have all the necessary information when you choose the "Bank Transfer" payment in the "checkout" section of your cart.

  • Postepay recharge: You can pay by recharging our Postepay card. You will receive all the details and instructions after you have chosen "Postepay" as a payment method. If you want to know how to top up a Postepay card click here



  • SSL Security: uses the "SSL certificate" (Secure Sockets Layer 3.0 or later) of the international certification body "Comodo SSL", which guarantees credit card transactions in total security. The confidentiality of the information is also distinguished by the address of the website that manages the payment. It will start with HTTPS: // rather than HTTP: //. The final "S" indicates that the data is securely exchanged and is not visible to others thanks to the SSL connection. Further confirmation of the security of the connection is given by the green padlock next to the site URL.


  • What is an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate? Secure Sockets Layer is a protocol designed to allow applications to transmit information safely and securely. Applications that use SSL certificates can handle the sending and receiving of security keys and to encrypt/decrypt transmitted information using the keys themselves. How does SSL work? Some applications are already able to receive connections through the use of SSL, among these we find web browsers such as Internet Explorer and Firefox, mail management programs like Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird, Apple Mail app, and SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol) programs. To establish a secure connection via SSL, your application must have a security key, key that must be assigned by a designated Authority that will issue it as a certificate. Validation methods through domain authentication: The authentication process verifies that the requester has administrator permissions for the domain for which the certificate is requested. Validation through company authentication: validation includes company verification, domain verification and the verification of the contact requesting the certified on behalf of the company or organization is actually an employee of the company.