Client-Side Security Essentials

Ensuring the safety and security of our users' data is our utmost priority

Certificate transparency

Certificate Transparency (CT) is a security measure that helps ensure that the digital certificates used to secure internet connections are trustworthy. In simple terms, CT makes it easier to detect and prevent digital certificate fraud, thereby improving the security of internet connections.

In addition to implementing certificate transparency measures on our end, we highly recommend users to also consider implementing these measures for added security benefits.

Private Key

A private key is a secret cryptographic key that is used to sign transactions and messages on a blockchain network. A user's private key is stored securely in a digital wallet, and should never be shared with anyone as it provides full access and control over their digital assets.

It is highly recommended that users take necessary precautions to ensure the safety and confidentiality of their private keys, as we do not possess any access or control over them.

Additional Security Precautions

  • It is important for the user to safeguard both their data and workstation from potential risks such as spoofing, tampering, and other related threats.

  • It is important for the end user to connect to a secure network and ensure that they use only TLS 1.2 or a newer version for enhanced security to safeguard them from any kind of threats and attacks.

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