Parallels Access uses state-of-the-art security, including SSL connections and 256-bit AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) encryption, so all data transferred between your computer and Parallels Access app on your iPad is secure even if you’re using a public Wi-Fi connection.
SSL communication is organized via certificates, which each side requests from the trusted Parallels Access certificate authority and can verify against it anytime, so it’s impossible for an intruder to replace a certificate with his own and compromise the connection between the mobile application and the remote computer.
The screen data and keyboard input, which is transferred between the remote computer and the Parallels Access mobile application, is protected by SSL. No user data including your Parallels Access account password is decrypted, stored or analysed on Parallels Access servers.
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