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In case you find yourself unable to use a specific right granted to you by the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), feel free to contact us via email: gdpr at hell dot sh [ PGP Key ]
We recognise your GDPR rights, even if you don't live in the EU.
When you're visiting a web page, downloading required assets for it or using certain features, a request is sent, of which we store nothing.
We don't set any cookies unless you log in to netdex.co or offgames.io, so you can use the service using your account.
If you Login with Google on one of our services, we retain
- your Google username,
- your given name according to Google,
- your Google profile picture and
- your Google account email address
in Germany, until you delete your account to provide you with that account.
If you link your Twitter, Instagram, Github, Reddit, or Steam account to your Netdex account, we will store your unique username on that service in Germany until you unlink it to show it on your profile.
When you chose to create an account on netdex.co, we store
- your username,
- your display name (also called "Given name" on some services), if provided,
- your email address, if provided,
- your profile picture, if provided,
- when you registered,
- when you accepted the User Agreement, if applicable,
- your (browser's) language, and
- your IP address
in Germany, in correlation to secure your account, display it on your profile and personalise the experience until you remove the information or delete your account.
If you enable email forwarding on netdex.co, we store
in correlation on our email servers in Germany to provide the forwarding service.
Additionally, for all incoming emails, we store:
- the sender's IP address (the IP address of the email server),
- the sender's email address,
- the receiver's IP address (the IP address of the email server),
- the receiver's email address and
- any transfer metadata and errors (e.g. reason for declining to receive email)
which we use to improve our spam filters and compliance.
Currently, our email servers do not enforce encryption for receiving and sending but try to enable it whenever possible, only because too many providers don't support it yet.
When you upload a screenshot using the LavaShot App, it's uploaded to our server in Germany, where it's publically available in compressed format at its unique link unless we receive a correct abuse notice.
When you generate a Let's Encrypt Certificate using ipssl.li, we store
- your IP address,
- the date & time the certificate has been issued or renewed,
- the Let's Encrypt order,
- the certificate, and
- the associated RSA key pair
in correlation in Germany to re-deliver and renew your certificate for the time the certificate is valid.
A certificate is valid for 90 days. However, if you click the "Claim ...ipssl.li + certificate" button on ipssl.li within the last 30 days before the certificate expires, it's automatically renewed.
When generating or renewing a certificate, your IP address is shared with Cloudflare and Let's Encrypt so your certificate can be issued.
This section applies to anylint.hell.sh and the associated Github App.
We store the uploaded files or the branch of your repository in Germany to analyse them until they have been analysed.
In the case of the Github App, Github stores up to 50 annotations of the result of our analysis until the commit which triggered the analysis is deleted either by the branch or repository being deleted.
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