Last updated: August 29, 2023
At General Collaboration we take security and privacy very seriously and we do not and will never sell your data. We’ve created this document to highlight some of our practices around data security and privacy, but don’t hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected] with any questions, concerns, or if you believe you’ve identified an issue.
GC uses Render as our cloud provider to store data and to power our services. Our Chrome extension is distributed through the Google Chrome Web Store.
Data is backed-up on an hourly basis.
Data is encrypted at rest (AES-256) and in transit (HTTPS/TLS).
Access to all of our cloud services, source code, third-party tools, etc. are all secured with with 2FA.
GC uses Cloudflare as a mechanism to prevent attacks on our environment. We also have firewalls and controls in place within our infrastructure providers.
GC uses GitHub to store our source code and we use GitHub to monitor our infrastructure for vulnerabilities that might exist though third-party software dependencies used by our source code.
Contact us at [email protected] with any questions, concerns, or if you believe you’ve identified an issue. We will respond as soon as possible. Currently, GC does not have a bug bounty program.