The TrustedForm Certificate of Authenticity is generated by a script is placed on your web page. The Certificate includes the following pieces of information:
- the URL of the page where the lead was collected
- IP address of the user submitting the data
- Browser and OS used by the consumer
- date and timestamp of when the user landed on the URL where the script is implemented
- A "video" replay of the user's mouse movements and clicks, presented visually as an overlay superimposed on a local re-rendering of the snapshot.
The Certificate of Authenticity itself is stored by TrustedForm's servers and can be viewed at the web location identified by the trustedformcerturl field, which is a hidden field that TrustedForm creates and adds to your web page's forms during the user's visit.
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