At Postly, safeguarding the security and privacy of your data is our paramount concern. We recognize the significance of maintaining the confidentiality of your data and are unwavering in our commitment to upholding this standard.
Our engineering team brings extensive experience in crafting dependable, scalable, and secure systems, having years of experience in building scalable systems. We are vigilant, with a dedicated individual available around the clock to swiftly address any issues or outages.
Postly relies on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google services for hosting all our applications and static resources. AWS and Google are renowned as the world's premier hosting providers.
Access to these servers is exclusively limited to Postly engineers via key-based SSH login, and we consistently update system software whenever new updates become available. To delve deeper into our hosting security policies, we encourage you to explore AWS and Google security documentation.
Postly uses Atlas, a MongoDB product, to host our data, which we consistently back up to ensure the safety of your invaluable information. Access to this data is strictly restricted to the same select group of Postly engineers with access to hosting servers. Rest assured that your private data will only be accessed when absolutely necessary to resolve issues. For further insights into our data security measures, you can peruse MongoDB's security policies.
Our entire website and hosting servers can only be accessed through encrypted connections, employing HTTPS with RSA 2048-bit keys for secure communication.
The permissions requested by Postly when connecting to social media platforms are based on the official API requirements. Our application adheres to the API's standards and guidelines, which determine the level of access required for various actions. This means that Postly has no control over the permissions it requests, and these permissions are consistent with those requested by other similar platforms.
Also, note that the permissions requested are all in order, due to the fact that Postly actually Creates a Post on the user's behalf and also has the capability to Delete such posts from the Postly dashboard.
The "full owner" privilege is indeed required for some advanced operations and managing the profile comprehensively. These permissions are necessary for providing a seamless experience for our users. However, it is important to note that Postly does not misuse or mishandle these permissions.
If you have any questions or need assistance with your Postly account, please reach out to us. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org