All network communications in the Sudo system use transport level encryption. This includes HTTPS communications between MySudo and the Anonyome Cloud Platform:
- Initial app registration
- Sending and receiving SudoIn and SudoOut communications
- Receiving notifications from the mobile device platform
Transport level encryption is also used between the Anonyome Cloud Platform and other service providers, such as:
- Telephony services for SudoOut communications.
- Email services for SudoOut email
In addition to the transport level encryption described above, SudoIn communications are also encrypted end-to-end, which include voice calls, messages and email. Because the encryption keys are not stored on any intermediate servers, it isn’t possible to decrypt the SudoIn communications in transit between the MySudo applications.
SudoOut communications (SMS/MMS or voice calling with non-Sudo phone numbers and email with non-Sudo email addresses) pass through the regular telecommunications networks. Those messages are not encrypted end-to-end by MySudo, may be visible to third parties and susceptible to monitoring beyond the control of the Anonyome Cloud Platform.
*A Third Party is an entity other than MySudo user, their device and Anonyome. Anonyome has no control over Third Party security and privacy policies.