Is Celery secure?

  • Modified on: Thu, 14 Mar, 2019 at 11:46 AM

Yes, Celery is absolutely 100% safe!


Internet security is becoming an ever bigger issue. You will also regularly encounter terms such as 'https' and 'SSL certificate'.

That is why all your data at Celery is protected by the SSL security protocol. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a secure connection so that confidential information is encrypted and data can not be intercepted. Visitors to the website can see in the address bar at the HTTPS letters whether a site has an SSL certificate and is therefore secure. Many banks and government agencies also use this method of security. If a connection is secured with SSL, you will see a lock next to the web address:


Celery and all its data is also managed and protected by the E-commercepark data center located on Curaçao, safe outside the hurricane zone.
Because your data is managed on Curaçao, they are not affected by the USA Patriot legislation.


The data center has a 99.9% uptime. Automatic backups of the data are made on a daily basis. The Celery response time is the quickest possible, because the data is managed locally in order not to unnecessarily waste Internet connection speed. Besides Celery, for example “Google” is also one of the clients of the same E-Commerce data center.


Check our video or read all about it at our website: Safety Celery



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