This Privacy Policy (“Policy”) informs you of the types of information Trixter  Cybersecurity, Inc. (“Trixter ,” “we,” “us,” “our,” or the “Company”) collects about you when you visit our website at and associated sub-domains (“Site”); download and install any of our products, or any installer or other applications we provide to you (collectively, “Software”); or utilize any of our services (the “Services”), and how we use that information. The term “Trixter  Services” means the Site, the Software, and the Services. By visiting the Site, downloading the Software, or utilizing our Services, you agree to the provisions of this Policy. Unless stated otherwise, our current Policy applies to all information that we collect from or about you.

This Policy does not apply to information collected by any third party, including through any application or content that links to or is accessible from the Trixter  Services. If you do not agree to the terms of this Policy, please do not use, access, download, install, or utilize (collectively, “use”) any Trixter  Services or otherwise provide us with any personal data.

Information We Collect and How We Use Your Information

Below we have outlined the categories of personal data that Trixter  will collect and the applicable processing purposes associated with the Trixter  Services. Trixter  does not process personal data revealing religious beliefs, racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, or sex life. Trixter  will only process personal data that is necessary for carrying out the purpose for it was collected. The legal basis for the processing purposes listed below is either (i) in connection with a contract, (ii) legitimate business interests (if such interest is not overridden by an individual’s fundamental rights and freedoms or interests), (iii) other applicable legal provisions, or (iv) an individual’s explicit consent. The legitimate business interests are mainly order fulfillment, responding to customer inquiries, communicating with customers and Site users who have requested communication from Trixter , and promoting Trixter ’ business.

While Using the Software

As an integral part of its functionality, the Software will automatically collect and transmit certain files and processes, including portable executable files or other executable code, that exist on, or are being introduced into a computer system or network (“Files”), to identify potential or actual malicious code, malware, or other intrusive artifacts or processes (collectively “Potentially Malicious Code”). Such Files are transmitted to our servers so that we can analyze them for malicious code, malware, or other intrusive programs.  We will also collect certain systems telemetry information, including, without limitation, the path and file name of the Potentially Malicious Code, user names; MAC Addresses; network information; hardware type; model number; hard disk size; CPU type; disk type; RAM size; systems architecture; operating system; versions; locale; BIOS version; BIOS model; system telemetry; device ID; IP address; location; information about third-party products; and other configurations, settings, and artifacts.  This is in order to provide customer support and provide functionality to the software.  Where customers are using the cloud solution of the Software, under certain circumstances it will be possible for Trixter  to see the Files submitted, which could include personal data.