posted this on December 13, 2011, 2:56 AM
Soluto’s web servers are encrypted via an SSLcertificate. SSL (or Secure Sockets Layer) is a cryptographic protocol that provides communication security over the internet, message encryption and integrity so that communication between Soluto’s software and servers will be protected from eavesdropping and other malicious attacks. SSL also provides authentication in the form of server certificates using the latest cryptographic algorithms. Soluto’s website identity is verified by VeriSign Class 3 International Server CA-G3 certificate.
Passwords are stored according to the highest accepted security standards – The only password token stored is a secure hash, produced with a salt value and multiple passes. Soluto never stores passwords as plaintext, as tokens encrypted with reversible encryption, or as simple hashes.
User Protection: Soluto is 100% safe and secure. Only you, and someone you allow to provide you with help, can take pre-approved actions within Soluto or remote access your PC. If someone else helps you with your PC using Soluto, you can always end the relationship at any time, and they will not have access to your devices anymore.