Hannah is a safedrop recipient, lets say her email has been hacked. The hacker can now reset Hannahs access to loads of internet services. She could also click any safedrop links.
By using magic link security you have some protection, as Hannah will notice she’s getting links she did not request. But for more protection you can set a password for your safedrops. We will ask Hannah for the password before she downloads. We protect against ‘brute force’ password crackers, so the password can be memorable – 8-10 character words are fine (*never use such a short password for anything without brute force protection, like a pdf file!)
Lots of our clients simply use a pre-arranged password for their clients, as well as magic links. This provides great practical security, and is easy to work with.