Privacy Policy

Summary

No cookies. No analysis. No tracking. Server logfiles only (max. 5 days). Server location: Germany.

Details

This website is provided by a web server of a provider. This provider stores the following log data when an HTML page is called or a file is downloaded. I am not interested in these logfiles and they are only needed in case of DDoS attacks or similar situations. The default is: The logfiles are deleted unseen. If there are open questions, a short e-mail is sufficient. The e-mails are also deleted if they are not longer needed. Emails are automatically deleted (via a script) after 14 days unless I archive them.

The storage period of these logfiles are normally 14 days. I think that is too long. Therefore I have reduced the period of storage to 5 days.

Content of Logfiles:

  • Your IP-Address (xx.xx.xx.xxx)
  • Date/Time (29/May/2020:18:16:57 +0200)
  • Type of HTTP request (GET)
  • The URL which is requested (/test/worst-case.html)
  • HTTP statuscode (200)
  • HTTP referer (https://www.localcdn.org/test/)
  • User-Agent (Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux x86_64; rv:77.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/77.0)

Example:

xx.xx.xx.xxx - - [29/May/2020:18:16:57 +0200] "GET /test/worst-case.html HTTP/1.0" 200 545 "https://www.localcdn.org/test/" "Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux x86_64; rv:77.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/77.0"

Is this website storing information on your computer?

No, there is definitely no information stored on your computer. Of course, you can check this in different ways. First of all with the browser itself, see here. Alternatively you can use an external service, e.g. Webbkoll - dataskydd.net.

Any questions? Then write an e-mail to gro.ndclacol@ofni

If you want to encrypt the e-mail end-to-end before sending, you will find the PGP key here.

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