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FAQ - Security & Privacy
Making you comfortable about how BillDesk handles security and privacy aspects is very important to us. Answers to common questions about security and privacy are presented in this section

Are all transactions done through BillDesk safe?
Who can access my bill details and other personal information?
Can BillDesk access my bank account independently?
Will BillDesk either share or use my personal information?
Will BillDesk put cookies in my computer?
What is the BillDesk privacy policy?
Is BillDesk a certified site?

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  • Ahmedabad - 26579791
  • Ajmer - 5105097
  • Allahabad - 2236226
  • Aurangabad - 6610288
  • Bangalore - 25585557
  • Bhopal - 4250000
  • Chandigarh - 5078837
  • Chennai - 42105566
  • Coimbatore - 4204032
  • Delhi - 46869000
  • Goa - 2425111
  • Hyderabad - 42005000
  • Indore - 4009500
  • Jabalpur - 4033194
  • Jaipur - 5105097
  • Jamnagar - 2661839
  • Kanpur - 2330176
  • Kochi - 4028866
  • Kolhapur - 6687040
  • Kolkata - 40035101
  • Lucknow - 2236226
  • Ludhiana - 6537558
  • Mangalore - 2449996
  • Mumbai - 40920001
  • Nagpur - 6618893
  • Nasik - 6450235
  • Pune - 41503555
  • Rajkot - 3045002
  • Solapur - 6451130
  • Surat - 2464681
  • Trivandrum - 2466866
  • Vadodara - 2251726
  • Varanasi - 2236226

    Are all transactions done through BillDesk safe?

    The security and confidentiality of your personal and financial information is of paramount importance to us. You are provided with best-in-class security standards when it comes to using the BillDesk service so that your transactions done through BillDesk are safe.

    To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the appropriate use of information, BillDesk has put in place appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure all personal information that BillDesk collects online. Keeping in mind some of the common security considerations, we list below some of the key control measures that BillDesk has taken:

    Allow only authorized access to BillDesk web site
    BillDesk has implemented a state-of-the-art security system requiring a Login ID and a complex password to access your account information. Only you can access your account information. BillDesk is secured using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption. This ensures that your account numbers and personal data are never sent over the Internet unencrypted.

    Protect data during transmission
    All online information exchange between you and BillDesk through the Internet is encrypted. Unlike normal Internet communication, information provided to us at BillDesk is sent in a "secure session" established with SSL technology. SSL is a security protocol that provides data encryption, server authentication, and message integrity for a connection to the Internet. Using SSL ensures that the information you exchange with BillDesk is never transmitted over the Internet unencrypted and cannot be viewed by unauthorized individuals. BillDesk uses SSL to protect customers from unauthorized tampering or viewing of their account and billing information. This encryption is done using 128-bit RC4 encryption, the maximum level of encryption possible on the Internet comparable to security levels used by financial institutions.

    Likewise, when we are interacting with the clearing house (RBI) and the banks and your billers/payees, we encrypt the data so that it is protected during transmission.

    Protect data during storage
    Your data resides in the BillDesk database and is protected by a physical firewall. This firewall is configured to receive and process requests only from authorized personnel. It can also detect any unauthorized activity around the BillDesk server. Further, some of the highly critical information such as your password, secret question, secret answer, etc is stored in the database in a hashed format, thereby preventing mis