Last edited by kashif at 2017-09-27 14:35:59
Here you will find answers to some Frequently Asked Questions related to Security and Compliance on Aimsfun Application Stack
To secure your instances on Aimsfun Application Stack, follow these best practices:
As an owner of a project, you are responsible for securing the software installed on your machine. If you feel that your instance has been compromised, the following steps will help with limiting the damage:
Unfortunately, we do not have visibility into what is installed on your instance or what software caused the issue. You're responsible for investigating the source of vulnerability and taking steps to mitigate it. If you need any additional support to troubleshoot the issue please refer to the AAS Support page.
There are several reasons why this might happen. Sometimes, a third party application can make your instance vulnerable. It's critical to monitor your instance and ensure that it is secure.
Also, please review the Aimsfun Application Stack Acceptable Use Policy to ensure that your project complies. In extremely rare instances, our algorithms may flag your project's intentional behavior as suspicious behavior originating from a compromised instance. In such cases, you can appeal by going to the Aimsfun Application Stack console and providing a business justification. A member of our team will review your appeal and get back to you within two business days.