Your information is not for sale.
We will only email you:
We use DMARC and other modern email standards to fight spam.
Your password is never stored or logged. We cannot recover your password if you forget it.
We use BCrypt for one-way encryption, with a high cost factor.
We use HTTPS secure connections between your browser and our servers, and between our backend services. Our SSL score is A+.
We are strongly opposed to user tracking and targeted advertising, and do not use any such services.
We use a handful of backend service providers to host LunchBox Sessions, monitor website performance, and store site data. Very few of them have access to any of your data. If you have a question about these services, please email our designated employee in charge of privacy, Ivan Reese at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Datensparsamkeit is a term used in German privacy legislation. The idea is to only store the absolute minimum amount of personal information required to run our service. We have a tremendous amount of respect for this philosophy, and follow it.
If you discover a vulnerability in LunchBox Sessions, let us know via email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will immediately work with you to address the issue.