People ask us about ProxyMesh’s security. If you’d like to know more, have a look at the Frequently Asked Questions below. For easy reference, the first column lists popular queries; the middle column answers your immediate question, and the column on the right offers links to more details.
Or, do you have a not-so-frequently-asked question? Then please contact ProxyMesh Support and we’ll answer promptly.
|People ask…||Quick Answer||Read for further information…|
|What kind of account security does ProxyMesh offer?||
|What kind of data security does ProxyMesh offer?||Servers directly under control of the ProxyMesh system employ standard protocols to protect the security of data in transit.|
|What kind of proxy security does ProxyMesh offer?|| Using the
| What kind of website security does ProxyMesh offer?
|When I send a request via command line, is my IP address exposed?||
|Does ProxyMesh provide security for the World proxy?||No. ProxyMesh does not control the outgoing proxy servers for the World proxy.|
|Does ProxyMesh provide security for the OpenProxy?||No. ProxyMesh does not control the outgoing proxy servers for the Open proxies.|
|Can the servers secure proxy HTTPS/SSL connections between you and an HTTPS server?|| Yes, using the
|How long do you store my request logs?||These logs are kept for no longer than 30 days, and are only accessible by authorized support staff.|
|Do sub-accounts have the same security features as regular accounts?||Yes.|
|Do you store my billing information?||No. It is safely secured by trusted third party services.|
|How does two-factor authentication (2FA) protect my account?||When you enable 2FA, logging in to your account requires a secondary code from an app or mobile device.||
|What happens if someone else tries unsuccessfully to access my account?||If someone tries to log into your account too many times in a row, failing each time, then their IP is automatically blocked for several hours.|
|How to keep track of our account passwords, especially with more than one user in our company?||Keep in mind that easy-to-remember passwords are not recommended, since they’re also easier for hackers to figure out. A password manager like LastPass that can generate strong random passwords provides good controls.|