Our end-to-end encryption protects data using a unique combination of AES and RSA algorithms. AES encryption comes with a 256-bit key length, while RSA encryption uses a 2048-bit key length. The encryption and decryption of the data takes place in the user's browser. In this way, we ensure that unauthorized parties can neither decrypt nor view the data - not even Stackfield being the software provider can do that. In other words, all relevant data is transferred securely encrypted to our servers where it stays encrypted all in rest.
Each data room is separately encrypted with an automatically generated password. Users do not need to remember these passwords to access data in their data rooms. A user receives the password after becoming a room member. Henceforth, the synchronization takes place automatically in the background.
What data is encrypted in encrypted rooms?
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