Frequently Asked Question

Is the encryption really secure?
Last Updated 9 years ago

Yes, 2048 bits OpenPGP (or higher), is considered secure. We use 4096 bits OpenPGP (RSA-type).

To the best of publicly available information, there is no known method which will allow a person or group to break OpenPGP:s encryption by cryptographic or computational means.

Our encryption is done locally on your computer, before anything leaves your computer, so if someone is listening on your internet connection, it won't lead to much. When you login to our web server your login name is encrypted with our public key, it's only our web server that can decrypt your login name, and our diskless web server do not store IP-addresses, so it's impossible to trace IP-addresses to a certain account. 

It doesn't matter if someone see's that your IP-address is connected to our web server, because the login name is still heavily protected. You can read more about our servers here.

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