After looking for software to store information, I found a program that caught my attention instantly. I purchased a license but after a while, I realized that the program had a big vulnerability.
On the official page, it specified that it is possible to protect the information using encryption with a password. However, by doing tests, I discovered that all the supposedly encrypted information could be accessed without entering the password, although not in a way that every user would do.
At this point, I already feel that I have no trust for this software. If you use encryption, isn't the information supposed to be inaccessible?
So, I would like to send this program somewhere to see if it complies with, at least, the user's data protection, because I want to trust that my data is totally private when using that program. At least, know that it does not have a backdoor.
The BUG was reported and corrected within 2 days. However, it does not give me confidence because it is using the same form and it makes me that this time it has simply made the information not visible. I do not think it is applying an encryption.