For the purpose of this agreement, the terms "we", "us", "our" refers to dennisbabkin.com, the company that provides the service, and "I", "you", "your", "yours" refers to the user of the Cash Counter - Small Office Tools. The term "service", or "services" refers to the outcome of using the software code and application provided by the Cash Counter - Small Office Tools.
Should you have any questions or concerns regarding the use of the Cash Counter - Small Office Tools, please consider contacting us at dennisbabkin.com/contact first. By downloading and/or installing, or using the Cash Counter - Small Office Tools you are implicitly agreeing to the terms of this document.
The following may be collected during the operation of the Cash Counter - Small Office Tools:
Anything that is not expressly outlined in the section above is not collected by the Cash Counter - Small Office Tools. This includes any "covert", or "behind the scenes" collection and transmission of data while the service is running. In its pristine condition the service is intended to expressly display a user notification and ask for further permission to transmit the collected information outside of the local computer where the service is installed and running.
During the course of its operation, the Cash Counter - Small Office Tools stores the data it works with on the local disk. While being stored on disk, some of the information may be "scrambled" to prevent a casual observer from gaining unauthenticated access to the data. It is important to note that by the term "scrambled" we do not mean "encrypted" which in turn implies that safeguarding the data file on your local disk is your responsibility.
During the course of its operation, the Cash Counter - Small Office Tools allows users to authenticate access to some of the data the service works with using passwords. While providing access to password-protected data the service is NEVER intended to store passwords in the plaintext form, and to always scrub (or delete) plaintext passwords out of memory as soon as it's done converting them into secure cryptographic hashes. The service is never intended to save (or offload) plaintext passwords to disk. The service employs adequate encryption methods to safeguard provided user passwords. The following technical details outline the process:
Desktop version of the Cash Counter - Small Office Tools does not use third-party links or affiliate programs. The version of the service downloaded from the Windows Store may use affiliate links associated with the Windows Store. Refer to the Microsoft data collection policy for further information.
As noted above, the Cash Counter - Small Office Tools is a locally installed service that was not intended to collect and offload any of your information to our servers. That being said, there are following exceptions:
None of the information collected by the Cash Counter - Small Office Tools during its operation will be used for marketing purposes. You pay for your use of the service by purchasing its license.
You are fully empowered to do so. By uninstalling the Cash Counter - Small Office Tools, the service is intended to completely scrub (or delete) all of its files, including the generated data file(s). The exception of this rule is the following: A) Diagnostic event log that was collected during the operation of the service. By its nature, such log is stored in the Windows Event Log that is shared by all software on your local system. To remove all entries from the log generated by the service open Windows Event Viewer by running eventvwr command as administrator. Then go to Windows Logs -> Application and select "Clear Log." Then confirm by clicking "Clear." B) Any submissions that you made via email to our support team. You may request us to delete all of your submitted information by going to dennisbabkin.com/contact page.
If you are a security researcher, or just a user that is trying to report a bug or security vulnerability in our software or services, please do not hesitate to submit your feedback. We are currently not offering any bug bounty programs. (We are a small group of developers.) But we will do everything possible to provide a bug-free software for our users. By submitting your bug and vulnerability reports you will contribute to the general benefit of the software users like yourself.
We provide several ways of contacting us and guarantee that there will be no legal or other ramifications to you, person(s) who are reporting the bug or vulnerability, even if your use or methods of obtaining of our software were not covered by our terms of service, EULA, or even the local laws. We promise to keep any interaction between you and our support team as anonymous as possible and to absolve you from any legal consequences that may arise from your reporting of the vulnerability, or from the research that was undertaken to discover it.
If you have any questions or concerns about this policy, please contact us by going to dennisbabkin.com/contact page.
It was last updated on March 13, 2018