Not in a Million Years
That’s how likely you are to find a report that’s not yours.
We recently modified the way we send reports, by emailing a link to an HTML report instead of a link to a PDF report.
We are now using 128 bit encoding with a key that is unique to each report. Your chances of finding a report randomly are 1 in 2128.
In layman’s terms, that’s 1 in 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456 chances.
Or, 1 in 340 undecillion 282 decillion 366 nonillion 920 octillion 938 septillion 463 sextillion 463 quintillion 374 quadrillion 607 trillion 431 billion 768 million 211 thousand 456 chances.
Try to say that 10 times fast.
Fun Fact: There are approximately 70 sextillion stars in the Universe.
Corollary: THERE ARE ONLY 70 sextillion stars in the whole FREAKIN’ Universe.
That’s actually like taking a grain of sand, writing your initials on it, then going to the moon only to throw it back towards Earth and be lucky enough that it actually lands there. THEN going back to Earth and the first grain of sand that you pickup is the exact same grain of sand with your initials on it. THAT’s how lucky you need to be.
So again… not in a million years.
Security is important to you, and we’re doing everything we can to make sure that your information is as safe as all the gold in Fort Knox. Which may or may not actually be in Fort Knox.
Which is to say, your information is as safe as it could possibly be.