Does Baserow use end-to-end encryption?

I would like to know if Baserow uses end-to-end encryption


  1. End-to-end encryption ensures only you and the person you’re communicating with can read or listen to what is sent, and nobody in between, not even Baserow.
  2. Programs like Telegram, Whatsapp have this feature
  3. I don’t want to promote any service, company and technology

Baserow is not a chat application :wink:

Below can be found on the community. I searched for encryption.

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If by end-to-end encryption you mean data stored that can be read only by people having the encryption key (like password) then this could be part of Baserow in the future, e.g. as a separate “encrypted” field type. This type of encryption involves some technical limitations, e.g. you would need to do anything like search in the browser and so it is not really suitable for large amounts of data that need to be filtered, searched and acted upon.

There are no plans for something like that now, but definitely it is something that could be built (at least for some of the data stored in Baserow).

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