GTax utilises some of the most advanced technologies for Internet security available today. When you access our site using Firefox 2.0+, Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 8+, or Safari/Google Chrome browsers, Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology protects your information using both server authentication and data encryption, ensuring that your data is safe, secure, and available only to registered users in your organisation. Your data will be completely inaccessible to anyone else.
GTax provides users in your organization with unique user names and passwords that must be entered each time a user logs on. We issue a session "cookie" only to record encrypted authentication information for the duration of a specific session. The session "cookie" does not include either the username or password of the user. GTax does not use "cookies" to store other confidential user and session information, but instead implements more advanced security methods based on dynamic data and encoded session IDs.
In addition, our services are hosted in a secure server environment that uses a firewall and other advanced technology to prevent interference or access from outside intruders.
How do we protect your privacy?
Your data is located on the most advanced storage platforms operated by relational database engines that offer continuous availability and security located in an isolated environment and surrounded by hard and soft firewalls.
However, we don't rest on these laurels. We have taken other measures to ensure that your data is completely useless to anyone else apart from you or your chosen collaborators. Your company and employees details are encrypted using Cryptographic hash functions before they get stored with the help of your specified password as a key to decrypt data back to a readable format. The only place where your data can be read or modified is on your browser in-front of you. The password you choose to use with your account will also be used as an extra security step to salt the encryption and make it radically harder to break.