Privacy and security
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that a site stores on your device (computer, mobile, tablet ...). The next time you visit the site, the site that created the file is then allowed to load their contents. This technique is mainly used to remember settings.
The cookies files which we use, cannot harm your computer.
In addition to your settings, we store a unique browser identifier in cookies, which is used to improve our services and maintain the security of our systems.
We record records of activities performed on the site in our logs. These server logs usually contain information such as your web request, IP address, browser type, browser language, the date and time of the request, and a cookie identifier that uniquely identifies your browser. We store this data for several reasons. The most important of these are maintaining the security of our systems and for statistical purposes.
In the case of abbreviated addresses, protected by a password, for the security of the service, we store a fingerprint of the password - known as Hash. The hash is created using modern hashing algorithms. To increase security, a unique Salt is used for each record, which will ensure adequate security even in the event of a data leak.
We expressly disclaim any liability for damages caused by the provision of services.