Our web service might log the IP address of users that visit our website to generate statistics about the service usage and to respond to abuse. the web server might log also other information sent by your web browser, such as the web page visited, the user-agent string, the web browser version, the referer, and so on. we are not interested in who you are, we just log this information for statistical purposes and for security reasons.
This website might store cookies on your computer if allowed by your web browser's privacy settings (for more info on configuring your browser, check aboutcookies.Org or read the documentation of your web browser). The cookies used by these websites are used to uniquely identify you to the server and allow our website to remember your preferences, login sessions and recommend useful web pages and products, these cookies are required for the correct functionality of our website. We may also integrate third-party services (for example google analytics, google Adsense, social plugins, etc) that may store their cookies on your web browser and may collect information about your use of our website or other information you’ve provided to them or they’ve collected from your use of their services.
- How Google uses data when you use our partners' sites
- Google ads personalization across the web
Data Submitted (Domains, Urls, Ips)
When you submit an URL, domain, subdomain, or an IP address on our service you grant us permission to do anything with the data you have submitted. You acknowledge and agree that we may share/resell the data submitted on our service with security companies, researchers, certs, and other third-party entities. It is your duty to remove any sensitive information (i.E email, name, surname, address, etc) from the data you submit on our service, else you should not submit that data on our service.
How We Store Passwords
All our registration and login systems use salted password hashing. When you create an account for our service, product, or website, the password is stored in the database using a secure hash algorithm (not md5) and we use different salts to protect your password from being cracked. At no point is the plain-text (unencrypted) password ever written to the hard drive. We recommend using a long password because most short passwords can easily be cracked, a password of at least 12 or better 15+ characters is much harder to crack, of course, you should include also special characters and symbols.
Your Email Address
If you are required to provide your email address for registering to our services and/or websites, it might be used to send you information and updates pertaining to your account, to send you promotions that might be interested in you, and to send you news about the services and websites related to our company. In addition, you might receive occasional company news, updates, related products or services information, coupon codes, and promotions about our (and third-party) services, etc.