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Laplink Everywhere - FAQ's


What keeps a third party from hacking your servers to access my information?


We NEVER store any of your emails, contacts, appointments, or files on our servers; instead, our servers simply request and format the information directly from your PC each time you access to request something. We do store your Laplink Everywhere password on our servers and have implemented multiple levels of security to protect your password... 1) Passwords are stored using non-reversible MD5 encryption (even our internal staff cannot access passwords) 2) Our servers are located in a high security data center with restricted physical access based on biometric hand scanners 3) High security servers with restricted internal access based on security policy 4) Failed logins have a long delay which makes it difficult for someone to try lots of passwords quickly

Last Updated: 4/1/2005 8:48:13 AM

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