If you have to delete or edit a post with anything remotely to do about “security”, please try to be as transparent as possible, To be very frank, we’re all taking a good hard look at this Xojo Cloud thing right now, figuring out what it will be good for, what it won’t. And the marketing claim about “most secure way evah” (I’m paraphrasing) is in no way a deal breaker, but is a bit disconcerting. Security minded people tend to take a really sober tone about security.
I agree, that’s why I posted above so no one would be confused.
I think we’re up front that absolutely no secure infrastructure is perfect, but the security you get with the Xojo Cloud product is much more than what you’d find in a typical host or what most people are capable of configuring themselves. That’s really the message we’re trying to send- we care and work hard on the security aspect of the service.