GDPR-compliance reference for Conquest products
At Conquest, we take seriously our users' privacy, provide maximum transparency about data being collected, and use it to constantly improve the services we deliver.

The policies declared by Conquest Software Solutions abide by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which is a part of the European Union law. Same policies are applied to all Conquest users regardless of their citizenship.
Telemetry
Collection of software telemetry is paramount for making informed business decisions and boosting user experience. At Conquest, we value our users' privacy and ensure anonymized data collection. Our data centers manage physical security 24/7 and comply with the highest standards of information security.

Telemetry collection has been implemented throughout all Conquest products starting from SQLDetective 4.7, ClearSQL 7, and ClearDB Documenter 5, and collects anonymous data related to the feature usage patterns. This information is a vital contribution to our product development roadmap.

Basically, what we do is we count the number of selections of the menu items and clicks on the toolbar buttons and send it to conquestsoftwaresolutions.com. The following data is collected: GUID (Globally Unique Identifier), product name and version, module name, action button name, number of clicks, and timestamp of the last click. Depending on the installed version, collected data is written to one

  • 32-bit %APPDATA%\<ProductName>\ExecutedAction.Log

  • 64-bit %APPDATA%\<ProductName>\ExecutedAction64.Log
The file is reported to the website at each application launch and on OSD message/update checks. The telemetry servers are located in the United States, Wilmington, DE.

Data collection is enabled by default. To disable it, go to Preferences > General and disable the Let ClearSQL send feature clicks to improve UI&UX option.
Telemetry does not have access to user data, and no user information or database records are ever collected, stored or transmitted by ClearSQL.
For more information, refer to the Conquest Privacy Policy.
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