Updated: April 25, 2014
Your privacy is important to us. To better protect your privacy we provide this notice explaining our information practices and the choices you can make about the way your information is collected and used.
ATI and Google Analytics may collect your device’s IP address, previously stored cookies, browser software and operating system types, clickstream patterns, and dates and times that ATI’s website is accessed:
- when you access ATI’s website or download its software from the site.
ATI may collect your device’s IP address:
- when you start the software on your device and the software checks for updates and notifications, unless you opt out of this feature.
If you submit a bug report or request support, ATI may receive your e-mail address and you may optionally send ATI one or more log files. If you opt not to send ATI a log file, ATI may be unable to respond. Some types of log files may contain wallet addresses and transaction information related to your wallets which could permit a person in possession of the log file to deanonymize some or all of your bitcoin transactions pertaining to the particular wallet(s). No type of log file contains private key data that would allow another party to move or spend funds from your Armory wallet(s).
ATI does not use this information for any purpose other than providing, improving and supporting its software and keeping you informed about new developments at ATI.
ATI does not share this information outside of ATI except that ATI may share information with governmental authorities pursuant to a court order or other lawful order.
ATI uses appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the personally-identifiable information we collect. All log files sent to ATI are sent over an SSL encrypted connection.
Disabling Armory’s External Checks
If you would like to maximize your privacy while using Armory, you can explicitly disable all remote communications by starting Armory with the following two command-line switches:
For information about using command-line switches, see the bottom of our troubleshooting page.
WARNING: Using these switches will disable all alerts that might be issued to protect users during rare network events. If you use them, we strongly encourage you to check this website and bitcoin.org periodically, especially before executing any large or important transactions.