In the unlikely event that Myki’s servers are hacked, all of your data will remain safe.

The Myki servers do not hold any sensitive information. They act as a relay service between your phone and browser. In case our servers get compromised, hackers cannot gain access to your passwords as they are not stored there.

The different attacks that a hacker would be able to conduct are the following:

  • Denial Of Service Attacks: A DoS attack would prevent your phone from connecting to the browser extension on the computer. Redundancies set in place will prevent total disconnection.
  • Man-In-The-Middle Attacks: A hacker would try to intercept the communication between your phone and browser. With true end-to-end encryption, any data intercepted is undecipherable, and therefore useless to the hacker.


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