Privacy policy

In a professional code of protection, the privacy of our visitors is extremely important to us. This 
Privacy Policy document outlines the types of personal information it receives and is compiled by a professional code of protection and how to use it

Log files

Like many web sites, a security personalization blog uses login files. Information within login files include: Internet Protocol, IP Address, Browser Type, Internet Service Provider (ISPs), Date / Time Rings, Traffic / Exit Sources Pages, Clicks for trend analysis, site management, and user monitoring on the move around the site, and collection of demographic information.
IP addresses, and other such information are not related to any information to identify you

Google search box

The search box is provided on this website (' search box ') by Google Inc (' Google 
You acknowledge and agree that Google's privacy policy (located at using the ' search box ' and use the ' search box ' Google gives consent to use your personal information in accordance with our privacy policy

Mailing list

By registering to the mailing list lmtkhsisi protection, privacy of your stay respectable and perfectly safe and will not be published

Cookies and Network Settings

A Professional Security Blog Cookies are used to store information about visitor settings, and specific user information is recorded when you log in or visit a page, and web page content is customized based on the type of browser visitors or other information when a visitor sends information through the browser

Cookies Double Click DART

 Google as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve advertisements on your site
 Using Google's DART cookie sets the stage for serving ads to users based on visiting websites and other web sites
 Users may choose not to use DART cookies by visiting the Google Display Network for content and privacy at the following address -

Some advertising partners may use cookies, files on our site, and our advertising partners include Google Adsense. These third party advertising or Display Network servers use technology to display ads and links appearing in a dedicated security blog and are sent directly to browsers. It automatically gets the IP address and when this happens. Other technologies (such as cookies, JavaScript Java, or network counters) can also be used by third parties such as ad networks to measure the effectiveness of their ads and/or to personalize the content of the ad you see
Privacy policy Privacy policy Reviewed by olymbTricks on August 18, 2019 Rating: 5