Whenever a user initiates a test at LambdaTest platform, they are allotted a thoroughly sanitized virtual machine. And as soon as a session ends, all data including cookies, registry, caches, and running processes are deleted and all browser settings are reset to default values. Each virtual machine has to pass a series of automated tests before it is used again. Any machine that fails a test gets redacted from the pool for auditing and manual cleaning. At the time of test only the user has access to machine and not even LambdaTest has access to the user’s running test session. All machines have strict security protocols that prohibit any user from installing any external software in the machines.
In our application we have implemented HTTPS by default, and use VNC protocols for secure data transfer. This data is also encrypted to ensure that data is not compromised in-transit.
All our hosting centers are chosen based on their record of established security policies and excellent history. Our selection process is rigorous and we partner with only the best providers across globe that have been certified by major compliance regulators.
All data saved in our application like login credentials, secure access keys, usage logs, test history, and billing details, are stored in an encrypted format.
We have implemented strict 24×7 security protections at our on-premise development centers. Only authorized individuals have access to building and LambdaTest office premises. Our application data is hosted on industry leading hosts like Amazon Web Services, who have been thoroughly tested by multiple third party auditors for security. You can also read more about Amazon Web Service’s Security Here.