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Is OSlash safe?

Maintaining customer trust is critical for our mission, and we consider security and our users’ privacy a top priority. We want our users to know that any information they share with OSlash is safe and protected.

In time, we think we can make users more secure than physical laptops by isolating their browser, ensuring files can't expose users to viruses or malware, working with corporate IT to manage the instances, building in great security features we commonly use like multi-factor authentication, and rolling out Chrome zero-day patches faster than Google can.

Visit this page for a detailed description of our user-trust guidelines.

You can also find a comprehensive explanation of our security practices and policies here.