- Adam WelchAsked on May 31, 2011 at 09:53 AM
I know this topic has been discussed a lot on the forum, but I need to be sure I am understanding it correctly. The form and the contents need to be secure as it will carry sensitive data from clients. I understand using the https:// should do it. But I am wondering what, if any, other potential security issues I might have using jotform.. Emailing,etc and how to resolve those issues... I don't necessarily need to embed the form on our site, but I probably would if there was a secure way to do it with jotforms. any thoughts are appreciated. thanks.
- JotForm SupportmlizAnswered on May 31, 2011 at 11:20 AM
Once you use the SSL secure form URL (ie use https:// instead of "http://) then it will
be sent to our servers securely. However the data on the email is in plain text, you
can find additional information on how to keep form data secure on this thread:
Thanks for using JotForm.