According to their site, Mighty does three things to protect your data:
- Your data lives on Mighty's secure servers (which are audited by 3rd party security firms)
- Access to the data is heavily controlled, heavily audited, and logged.
- Your most sensitive data is also encrypted.
Mighty does not store keystrokes, but does capture them for the purpose of sending them from your local computer to your hosted machine in the cloud. Those keystrokes, however, are encrypted when sent.
Might is committed to keeping your browser history private, your logged in identity secure, and your information within your control
Furthermore, Mighty also pledges that they will never share or sell your data with another person or entity.
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