Security

Security FAQ


Who can see my personal data I enter when register?

How can I be sure that nobody can “capture” the messages I send?

What password should I choose?

 


 


Who can see my personal data I enter when register?

The personal data you have entered can be seen by the administrator of the network you belong to. It should be used only for administrative purposes.

 

How can I be sure that nobody can “capture” the messages I send?

We can’t make sure the messages you send are “invisible” nor that nobody can capture them. What we can do is to make sure that they are “unreadable”. All the communication is encrypted with industry standard high-security AES-256 bit encryption. This means, that even someone captures your messages, he/she is unable to read the content. This security is applied to all communication – text chat, voice, file transfers etc.

 

What password should I choose?

There are few simple rules you can follow in order to select a good password:

  • Use safe passwords for your account. The safe password is the one that can not be easily guessed. For example “123456” is not a secure password, but “1qA34fRm5” can be considered secure.
  • Don’t tell your password to anyone. Remember, your password identifies you in the network. If anyone else knows it he/she can use your account.
  • Don’t write your password on a sticky note or other easily reachable place where everybody can see it.
  • Change your password from time to time.

We don’t want to make you a paranoic. These rules are simple and easy to follow, but it’s up to you to choose.