Please note that safeSpace is in live Beta testing until the end of September 2017. We are happy to offer you a 50% discount until then.

1) safeSpace?
2) Privacy & security
3) How safe is it?
4) Work computers
5) How it all works
6) Rules & promises
7) Support
8) Complaints
9) What's up next?
10) Prices
11) Policies
12) Who are we?
13) The Polygraph
14) Contact details
15) Status update

The Internet was constructed around informal principles of cooperation. It's a stupendous human achievement, but it also means that every point you go through, from your own network access to the hundreds of servers you traverse daily, represents a potential security risk. We can warrant that our end is safe, but unless you use a safeSpace flashdrive or something similar, you may still be at risk. Earlier in the FAQ we set out the case for being worthy of your trust in this regard. In this document we talk about the people we work most closely with, and provide links to their own privacy and security policies. Remember, these services are all covered by Iceland's robust privacy and security legislation as well.

11-1) Orange website (where is hosted): Independent review; Security policy; Terms of Service.

11-2) Rainloop email client: Independent review; Privacy, License

11-3) phpBB forum software: Released under the GNU General Public License. Independent review. Full details of the product here: License

11-4) safeSpace also uses two other Icelandic providers: Unseen for internal staff discussion and 1984 for information management.

11-5) Email4Life uses open-source software for sending invoicing by way of Flokinet, also based in Iceland.

11-6) On top of this we use various VPN, proxy and Tor-based products at different points of the operation, all of which were chosen for their strict no-logging policies. We change these services regularly and so they are not itemised here.