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🔬 We found that Dimensions offers a great data protection overall,
✅ Our security analysis didn't find any cloud or infrastructure risks, which means that Dimensions should be safe to use and relatively protected against cyber-attacks and data breaches caused by hackers.
⚠️ The user-base and community analysis recognized low engagement and limited trust in the app marketplace and social networks.
You can find the analyzed privacy-policy here:
We have analyzed 2 public endpoints related to this app
and found 0 security risks in total.
Cloud and infrastructure security is an essential factor in determining your data is safe with an app or integration. Generally, modern web apps and integrations should not have any critical security issues.
We've analyzed 0 marketplace engagement signals,
and 9 social network signals.
User engagement signals in the app marketplaces and social networks indicate user-base satisfaction and community health, which helps us determine whether the app is legit and trustworthy.
Note: The actual engagement numbers might be higher as some marketplaces do not share the number of installs, reviews, and rankings.
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