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.


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


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.