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What are Semantria's security standards?
Semantria uses SSL encryption. SSL is a Secure Socket Layer cryptographic protocol that provides a strong encryption of data on the transport level. In short, it encrypts all the data between Semantria API and a client with 256 bit key that make data transferring steady for external attacks and hijacking.
Does Semantria store my API Key and Secret anywhere?
Semantria does not store API credentials anywhere. For this reason, you need to regenerate new credentials every time.
Does the Semantria service ever store any of the text that is run through it? Some of the content we would like to test has confidentiality restrictions. Is there any documentation on privacy/security?
Security is Semantria’s main policy. Some usability features are sacrificed in favor of security reasons. In the Integration guide, it is mentioned that the Semantria service doesn’t keep any documents on its side more than 24 hours after processing. This means that if content is queued for processing it won’t be kept on service more than 24 hours even if one doesn’t get the processed data back. Additionally, processed text can be removed from the service via the “Cancel task” API call or through the respective method in one of the wrappers.