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Topic # 223621 9-Oct-2017 10:06
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Anyone know how secure snap.org.nz may be?

 

This is the website where you can record your assets so it would be easier to recover them if they go missing.


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  Reply # 1879724 9-Oct-2017 10:26
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I would suggest pretty secure as its run by NZ Police and uses RealMe Access.

 

Also https://www.snap.org.nz/SNAP-FAQ

How secure is this website?

 

We have 128-bit SSL encryption to keep your information secure. This basically means your information travels over the internet as a sophisticated code. The SNAP Asset List Tool is secured using the high-security New Zealand Government igovt logon service. Your asset list can only be accessed by you.



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  Reply # 1879780 9-Oct-2017 11:13
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ResponseMediaNZ:

 

I would suggest pretty secure as its run by NZ Police and uses RealMe Access.

 

Also https://www.snap.org.nz/SNAP-FAQ

How secure is this website?

 

We have 128-bit SSL encryption to keep your information secure. This basically means your information travels over the internet as a sophisticated code. The SNAP Asset List Tool is secured using the high-security New Zealand Government igovt logon service. Your asset list can only be accessed by you.

 

 

 

I know what they say, but I was just wondering how true it might all be.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1879792 9-Oct-2017 11:32
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Their webserver gets a pretty low score in my books from SSL labs

 

The rating guide if you want to take a look

 

https://github.com/ssllabs/research/wiki/SSL-Server-Rating-Guide

 

If you're security conscious I would recommend sticking to services with a rating of A or A+ 




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  Reply # 1879797 9-Oct-2017 11:38
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dt:

 

 

Their webserver gets a pretty low score in my books from SSL labs

 

The rating guide if you want to take a look

 

https://github.com/ssllabs/research/wiki/SSL-Server-Rating-Guide

 

If you're security conscious I would recommend sticking to services with a rating of A or A+ 

 

 

Thanks for that information. When you are loading up your belongings onto the web you want them to be secure.


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