The Sinolta connection over the Internet is one of the most secure interfaces for the following reasons:
The Client is not a web browser, so users can not easily hack into the client code.
A secured interface is based on HTTPS, which is an encrypted interface.
User name and password are transferred as binary data structures that are internally encrypted in addition to the HTTPS encryption. So even if someone manages to decrypt an HTTPS encryption, they still need to decrypt and reverse engineer the encrypted binary data.
All subsequent communication exchanges are also double encrypted binary dynamic data objects that are managed by a session management algorithm that is encrypted as well.