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Security of Terminals

Topics: User Forum
Aug 15, 2012 at 2:43 PM

I used terminals at a previous job and think it is great.  I would love to use it at my current place of employment but my employer needs some reassuring.   Since this software has the keys to the kingdom how can I assure my boss that this is secure?  Is there some place I can go to gather information about the security of this product or third party's vouching for it and singing it's praises.




Aug 17, 2012 at 5:22 PM


Currently there has been no audit completed, and I would be more than willing to work with a 3rd party to perform the (free?) audit, but I have no contacts in the security community in order to inquire into that opportunity.

At its core, security has always been important.  Internally we compute all hash's with SHA512 and all encryption is using Rijndael.  All connection strings, passwords, etc.. are all encrypted (Rijindael) using the Master Password Hashed (SHA512) as a salt.