• We recommend running a malware scan using Avast, Malwarebytes, or similar app that helps enable you to detect and delete any malicious software that could be lurking in your computer.

- Protect your Evercast access credentials. Never share your login credentials with anyone else. Evercast’s security protocol provides that only the Session Host authorizes who is given credentials and access to Sessions. Anyone needing access to a given Session must contact the Host. Only the Host is authorized to provide access and credentialing through the Evercast Invite System.

- When a Host creates a new room, access is set to “Private” (which is the default setting). All rooms where secure content is shared should be verified by the host as set to “Private.” This can be observed and verified when logging in to Evercast.

- As is consistent with any proprietary content, and specifically, when participating in a live Evercast room, insure that your surrounding area is private and secure, where no unauthorized person can be watching from behind and there is no possibility of recording your screen.

- Every time you login, enter your credentials manually and privately. Never save your login information on your Chrome browser.

- Before you begin streaming, make sure all attending participants in the Session are known and/or have approved to have access.

- Do not leave your computer unattended when you are hosting or participating in an active Evercast Session. If you should need to step away from your computer, either lock the computer, or log out of Evercast (Evercast automatically logs out in 60 minutes).

- A live Evercast Session can be recorded for later reference, or review. Only the Session Host controls the Evercast record function. Cloud recording on Evercast is secured and encrypted. Recorded Sessions are easily accessible by those authorized, but cannot be downloaded or shared.

- As a host, if you activate Evercast’s record function and create a recording for later reference, notify all participants when you are recording the live Evercast Session. All participants in the room should be informed when Evercast recording is active.

- It is contrary to protocol to use 3rd party screen capture programs when in an Evercast Session.

- Never enter any unknown characters, or combination of characters and symbols that look like computer code, into any field anywhere on the Evercast platform.

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