SimpliWiki is not ready yet. Please don't put any sensitive information in it. When it will be ready, SimpliWiki will provide multiple levels of security. +++HTTPS Using HTTPS, all the bits and data (sent by SimpliWiki or to it) are "encrypted". This is a fairly strong barrier. Check your browser's address bar and look for "https" in it. If not present, it's not secure. !!!not available yet +++Passwords When SimpliWiki stores a password, it stores it "encrypted". To decrypt the password, one needs a the "master key". The master key is stored in a protected file that nobody (but a thief) can access. !!!As of today (jan 29 2011) no password at all are ever stored -- when this will change, the way the password are stored will be described here.