The descriptions apply to all Cryptshare Products. If the information differs in detail for other any Cryptshare add-on products this will be pointed out explicitly.
Other Add-on Products include the following list of products:
- Cryptshare for Outlook
- Cryptshare for Notes
- Cryptshare Robot
- Cryptshare Java API
- Cryptshare .NET API
What personal data is processed in Cryptshare?
In order to inform recipients of a transfer the name, phone number and e-mail address of the sender is are collected when the user sender performs a verification and is processed as meta-information in a Cryptshare Transfer.The name and phone number . This information is stored on the client computer of the sender. In addition, this information is used in e-mail notifications so the to all recipients of a transfer know who the transfer comes from and how they can get in touch.
This information is only stored on client-side and not on server-side.
The e-mail address of the sender as well as the IP address of the sender at the time of upload are stored in a server-side log file for each upload being made.
The e-mail addresses of all recipients as well as the IP addresses of the recipients at the time of download are stored in a server-side log file for each download being made.
The recipient e-mail addresses that senders type into the web user interface are stored on server-side in a database.
The e-mail address is given to the recipients of a transfer so they can reply to a Cryptshare notification directly via e-mail. The address is stored on server-side as meta-information of each single transfer.
Why is personal data processed?
Cryptshare is a communication solution based on e-mail communication. In order to provide a comfortable way to communicate with each other, this minimum amount of personal information is stored,
- Sender contact details are stored on the sender side so the user does not
- have to re-enter
- this information with every use of the system.
- Sender contact details are provided to the recipient to inform them where the information comes from and how to contact the sender.
- Both sender and recipient log data are stored on the server for audit trail as well as for troubleshooting purposes.
- Recipient e-mail addresses are held in a database to provide senders a comfortable way to select from a list of previously used addresses when sending a transfer.
|Data||Time of Collection||Purpose||Cryptshare Server||Other Products|
|Sender Name||Verification||Recipient Notification||Client Cookie||Local File|
|Sender Phone||Verification||Recipient Notification||Client Cookie||Local File|
|Sender E-Mail||Verification||Transfer Management||Server||Local File|
How long is personal data kept?
Name and Phone Number
Web User Interface
Name and phone number of a sender are stored in Browser Cookies. These cookies are deleted automatically depending on what was configured by the administrator. By default Cryptshare Cookies will be removed after 30 days.
Besides from the automatic deletion of a browser cookie, the user can delete these cookies manually at any time by either using the built-in function for deleting cookies in the browser, or by using the deletion function in the Cryptshare User Interface:
Recipient e-mail addresses are stored in a server-side database. A maximum of HOW MANY addresses is stored per sender. When the sender enters an addition address, the oldest address from the list is deleted (first in first out). Recipient e-mail addresses can be deleted from the database using the web user interface.
All other Cryptshare products store personal information in a local configuration file on client-side. When this file is deleted or the product is uninstalled this information is deleted as well.
E-Mail addresses and IP addresses are stored as meta-information together with other logging information concerning a Cryptshare Transfer. The retention period for transfer-log data depends on administrative settings.
Selective deletion of specific e-mail addresses is not possible as this information is part of the transfer meta-information.