1st off: thanks to Harlan for redirecting me to the correct thread and shame on me for not having searched for this in the first place.
Could you elaborate on this? Where isn't the data encrypted?
1) data-transfer,2) hosted hardware
Re 2) In this post it is stated that "not even site administrators" will be able to open the brain. If the data is not encrypted, this seems contradictory unless there is some form of encryption server-side.
Also: If non-public, non-listed brains are only "secured" by not linking to them, i don't see where the security is in case there is no TLS (https://) encryption in between as any proxy/ router/ neighbor would be able to read the request from the http-headers and thus the entire content of the hosted brain. In case proxy-connections leak/ get published which is sometimes the case, the brain could (and probably would) be indexed by major search-engines nonetheless (no robots.txt on webbrain.com).
Could you also clarify upon this?
Sorry for wanting the details, but security is an issue. Esp. with a paid service.
ps: I've taken the liberty to remove my wrongly posted thread.
I'd like to bump this.
Any news on this?
thanks for clarifying my first point.
But what about the second? Interpreting your answer I understand that traffic to and from PB<->webbrain.com is now TLS-encrypted by default. What about the data on the server?
Are attachments/ thoughts/ notes encrypted ON webbrain.com infrastructure? And if yes how. If no: what is your take on that in the future.
Thanks again for clarifying.
I still found no information about this in the forum.
I'd also highly appreciate some information about privacy protection on server side.
Brains uploaded to WebBrain are encrypted during the file transfer process. Data is stored in an unencrypted manner to enable the queries necessary for normal use.
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