- enterprisecenterAsked on March 27, 2014 at 10:28 AM
I created a secure business plan competition online using jotform. These were people's valuable and PRIVATE information about their business. When I asked jotform a few weeks ago if these forms were secure, I was told that the forms were made into a link that was impossible to guess, and only indexed on google if the link was somehow posted online. I did not put the link on google, I downloaded copies of PDFs which I then re-named, etc., before posting them.
A contestant just made me aware that the links to her jotform URLs were available online. This could very well turn into a law-suit. I don't understand how these links, if not indexed by google unless posted online (which they were not: again, only the pdfs were downloaded)?
Please let me know, so I know how to respond.
- JotForm Support ManagerJeanetteAnswered on March 27, 2014 at 12:41 PM
If you downloaded the PDF's the link of the form, I would assume that you downloaded them and then uploaded to your own site.
However, if you just put the link to the PDF's file of the form (which is a filled out form), to be downloaded, then the users could see our domains.
What you can do is to remove those submissions from within the submissions view of your form.