Security at Wolfia
Your trust is Wolfia's top priority, we are SOC 2 Type I compliant and we work around the clock to ensure your account's security and your data's privacy. Here, we'll explain how we've designed Wolfia to safeguard your information.
At a high level, we host headless (no GUI) android emulators with hardware acceleration running on bare metal instances to give you the smoothest experience. We use WebSockets to make a two-way connection between the browser and the emulator through ADB. The emulator's GUI is displayed on the browser, and we relay the user's touch events back to the emulator.
Wolfia does not log or store touch events, however we do transmit touch events to send them from your browser to your hosted emulator in the cloud. Your touch events are encrypted over the wire when being sent. After each emulator use, we uninstall the app and remove the app data through ADB.
Encryption during transit
Wolfia uses HTTPS and WSS to ensure confidentiality and data integrity. HTTPS is the secure version of HTTP, and WSS is the secure version of WebSockets, the protocols over which data is sent between your browser and our servers. Since this is encrypted, all your information is secure during transport, and no one can eavesdrop or forge messages.
Encryption at rest
Our infrastructure is entirely cloud-based and hosted on AWS. Our databases and S3 buckets are encrypted with AES256 encryption and managed by AWS. We use tools like Amazon Web Service’s Key Management System (KMS) to manage encryption keys for maximum security in line with industry best practices. Amazon continually manages risk and undergoes recurring assessments to ensure compliance with industry standards.
Wolfia allows you to choose which magic links to expire and which ones you want to keep. You can also choose to purge the apps you have uploaded.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to email email@example.com.
SOC 2 Type I