Terms and Conditions of Use for the Corporate Site
We can be contacted by email via our Contact page.
- Information collected:
Our server does not automatically collect any information about the domain or email address of our visitors.
We collect only upon prior request, the domain and e-mail address of visitors to our page, the e-mail addresses of those who post messages on our forums, the e-mail addresses of those who communicate with us through it. In addition, we aggregate information about which pages consumers access or visit, information voluntarily provided by users, such as that collected in surveys and at the time of registration on the website, such as name and address, telephone number, etc.
- Use of collected information:
The information we collect is used for the purpose of improving the content of our website, notifying users about available updates, promotions and advertising campaigns for our services.
For statistical and commercial purposes, general user information, without identification, such as geographic, demographic and consumer profile data, may be disclosed to partners, sponsors, advertisers or other organizations, without revealing names or other personal data. .
The Brute Force Security Group does not provide e-mails and other personal information of registered users to other organizations and/or partners, except when expressly authorized or in circumstances provided for in this Policy.
Persons who provide their telephone numbers may be contacted by the Brute Force Security Group via telephone with information regarding new products and services or upcoming events. If you do not wish to receive these calls, please let us know by sending an email to the address
- Regarding cookies:
Cookies are used to store user preferences on your computer and provide you with a personalized service. They serve to recognize, track your browsing habits and alert visitors to new areas that may be of interest to them each time they return to our website.
- Links to other websites:
This website may contain links to other external sites, partners and/or sponsors, which may have privacy policies different from ours, thus being subject to their own data collection and use practices. Remember that if you provide personal information on other websites, forums or chats, that information may be collected and misused by third parties.
This website is not intended for children under 13 years of age. Brute Force Security Group does not knowingly collect or solicit personally identifiable data from visitors in this age group, except as permitted by applicable law. Anyone who provides us with personal information through the Brute Force Security Group represents that they are 13 years of age or older.
If your child has submitted personal data and you wish to delete such data from our records, you can do so by requesting to the email
Brute Force Security Group uses commercially reasonable security measures to protect the information contained on our servers and database. However, it is known that no security system is 100% secure. Therefore, although the Brute Force Security Group always does its best to protect your personal information, we cannot guarantee the absolute security of our servers. It is also possible that the data provided by you may be intercepted by third parties during transmission. It is a personal decision to use the service under these conditions.
Your password is secret, keep it safe and try not to share it with anyone.
If you forget your password, a new one will be provided, upon prior request, and sent to your informed email account. We suggest that you choose a non-obvious password, mixing letters and numbers. Remember that you are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your passwords and any information in your Brute Force Security Group account .
We will not ask, under any circumstances, by e-mail or telephone, for your personal password.
We recommend that you log out of your Brute Force Security Group account and close your browser window when you are finished browsing the Internet. This procedure prevents third parties from having access to your personal data if you share a computer with someone or are using a computer in a public place.
- How to update, correct or delete your information:
You are responsible for keeping your registration information complete and up to date. To update your registration information, log into your Brute Force Security Group account and make the desired change to change your user preferences.
- General provisions: