I was wondering what information, regarding teamviewer sessions, are kept on your company's servers, as it appears to me most information is routed thru your systems.
Also, how would one go about having their own server setup, one which is not routed thru teamviewer's services itself. I may be wrong on this assumption, and i would appreciate some clarity on this issue.
@MacHack907 Here is some information is on our FAQ section:
All TeamViewer versions use full encryption. Encryption is based on 2048bit RSA private/public key exchange and 256 Bit AES session encoding. This uses the same security level as https/SSL and is considered completely safe by today's standards. The key exchange also guarantees that the data transfer is completely encoded from client to client and that any routers or servers in between (including our routers) are unable to read or analyze the data stream. Security and privacy have always been a top priority during development.
For more info you can visit our security page: http://www.teamviewer.com/products/security.aspx
Regarding your own server setup, I think this is a great idea yet I cannot promise if this will be implemented. I will forward this to our product management for you.
Just to give you a heads up, I am going to apply for employment with your company. I have been a fan for a few years now. I currently use it for personal purposes, but this may change in the future.
I just wanted to give you a heads up. I am located in Anchorage, Alaska USA
- Gerald Dirks