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Q: How does stunnel encrypt my electronic transmissions to SourceHosting.net?

A: Stunnel uses SSL (Secure Socket Layer) technology to encrypt electronic transmissions between you and the SourceHosting.net service. This is the same technology that your Web browser uses when you visit a secure Web site. SSL encryption prevents third parties from eavesdropping on the data you send to SourceHosting.net.

Q: What security measures prevent other users of the service from accessing my data?

A: SourceHosting.net has developed proprietary software that protects your repository from accidental access by other users of the service. The software validates who is accessing the service and then only allows them very specific access to their repository. Accidental access of your repository is extremely difficult, unless your username and password have been distributed to a third party.

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