Your personal data is transmitted exclusively with 256-bit SSL (secure socket layer) encryption via the Internet to Swisslos. In other words, after you log in, the transmission of data between your device and our Internet platform is always SSL-encrypted. All processes triggered by you which relate to incoming or outgoing payments and can only be executed during a logged-in session are carried out via SSL-encrypted connections. This confidential information can therefore not be read or manipulated by unauthorized persons during transmission. For example, the key or lock symbol (depending on which browser you use) at the bottom of the screen indicates that the connection is secure.
The data transmitted by you is saved to our central system, which, thanks to the use of state-of-the-art security technology, meets the strictest of security requirements.
Authentication with certificates
So that you yourself can verify that it really is Swisslos providing the respective Internet addresses, we only use recognized public certificates. These certificates are in turn used to encrypt the data transmission and can therefore only be decrypted by us. Depending on the browser, you will see the SwissSign certificate when the page is loaded. You can safely accept it.
Protect yourself against lottery scams
A growing number of e-mails or letters in the name of Swiss Lotto, Swisslos or similar-sounding senders are being sent out claiming that the recipient has won a big prize but needs first to provide their address and account details or even pay an advance fee in order to receive the prize. Such e-mails and letters are usually scams and we advise you not to reply or react to them. Remember: You can only win a prize in Swiss Lotto, EuroMillions, Sporttip or similar draws by playing and holding a valid entry confirmation ticket.