Desktop.com will carefully monitor any links that are saved to a Desktop.com account in order to protect users from potentially harmful content relating to the link or to the domain name within the link. Monitoring is solely done to protect users from botnet, malware and phishing - no information or data otherwise contained in the links will be saved, used, sold or otherwise kept by Desktop.com for any other purposes.
All data transmitted to our servers over public networks is protected using strong encryption protocols. By using SRP, a secure augmented password-authenticated key agreement (PAKE) protocol, we are also able to ensure that no eavesdropper or man-in-the-middle can obtain any meaningful information to perform an attack.
The owner of a workspace can decide whether or not all users of the workspace should be forced to use MFA (Multi-Factor-Authentication) when logging into the service. If the owner activates MFA for their workspace all users need to verify their identity through an authenticator app or through a one time code when logging in.
Enable seamless access by using SSO. This reduces the risk of unwanted exposure due to weak passwords while improving access control.
Add an extra layer of security by requiring that only users with email addresses containing certain verified domain names can access the workspace.t.
Our product and services are built with security as a top priority. We only collect information neccessary to provide our services to you.