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Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy describes the policies of HackingGate ("us", "we" or "our") regarding the information we collect or receive about our customers. It is applicable to our website, applications and other products and services collectively as "Services".

Below we explain how we collect and use data about you.

Data Collection

We differentiate personal and non-personal data. Personal data is information that can be used to identify an individual. Non-personal data is information that cannot be used just by itself to identify an individual.

We do not share your data with anyone except for the data processors listed below, and to comply with the law or to protect our rights.

Here is the list of personal and non-personal data that we process and/or collect, who is actually collecting it, why it is collected, how it is used, and who it is shared with.

Contractual Information (personal data): for users who purchase our apps directly through Apple (App Store, Volume Purchase Program), we do not collect and do not have access to your customer data (Apple manages it directly). Data Processor: Apple.

User-Generated Content (personal data): we do not collect user-generated content. Our apps may access, process, update your local/cloud storage data on your behalf. No sharing of personal data is performed without user consent other than through specific user-initiated actions. Your data can be accessed/exported either directly from our apps, or directly with the service provider. Data Processor: Apple.

Information when use our Websites, Web Applications, and APIs (non-personal data): we use Cloudflare to serve our websites, web applications, and APIs. When you use our web services or APIs, you are one of the End Users defined by Cloudflare. Click that link to see what information Cloudflare collect. Data Processor: Cloudflare.

Support Mails (personal data): we provide support by email. Users can contact us through our support email addresses to request support about our Services. Data Processor: Apple.

Email Address (personal data): email addresses, as part of Contractual Information and Support Mails, are detailed above. Data Processor: Apple.

Reviews (personal data): for users who write reviews on App Store. Review feature is provided by Apple. Reviews are public and visiable to other users. Data Processor: Apple.

Comments (personal data): for users who comment on our website. Comment feature is provided by giscus. Comments are public and visiable to other users. Data Processors: giscus organization, GitHub.

Analytics (non-personal data): we use a self-hosting umami instance and Google Analytics to collect analytics data. If you have JavaScript enabled, umami and Google Analytics collects information about your device and browser for analytics purposes. To opt-out of this service, use a script blocker to block and , or a domain blocker to block and Data Processors: umami, Supabase, Vercel, Google Analytics.

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Strictly Necessary cookies

Strictly Necessary cookies are essential to providing our Services to you and cannot be turned off.

  • Our service provider Cloudflare (as mentioned above) may place bot detection cookies (such as "_cf_bm"), cookies for CAPTCHA products (like cf_chl_prog, cf_clearance, cf_chl_cc_XXX, cf_chl_seq_XXX, cf_chl_rc_i and cf_chl_rc_ni), and a load balancing cookie (_cflb) on the computers of visitors to our Services. Cloudflare do this in order to identify malicious visitors to our Services, to assist with web-traffic filtration, and to reduce the chance of blocking legitimate users. You can learn more about these cookies here. You cannot turn off Strictly Necessary cookies.

Analytics cookies

Analytics cookies collect information about your use of our Services and enable us to improve the way they work.

Local Storage

Local Storage is a method of storing data locally in your browser. It is similar to cookies, but has a higher capacity and does not send data to the server with every request.

  • Our site uses local storage to record your theme preference (system, light or dark) to enhance your browsing experience.
  • Our Services use giscus (as mentioned above) which, if you sign in using GitHub, stores a server-encrypted token in your browser's local storage to facilitate authenticated requests to the GitHub API, allowing you to remain signed in; for more details, please refer to the giscus Privacy Policy and GitHub's Privacy Statement.


While no online service is 100% secure, we work very hard to protect information about you against unauthorized access, use, alteration, or destruction, and take reasonable measures to do so, such as monitoring our Services for potential vulnerabilities and attacks.

Changes to this Privacy Policy

We may change this Privacy Policy at any time. All changes will be published on this site. Any changes to this Privacy Policy will become effective when we publish the revised Privacy Policy on our website. Your use of our Services following these changes means that you accept the revised Privacy Policy. Therefore, we ask you to review our Privacy Policy from time to time.

Contact Us

If you have a question about this Privacy Policy, please contact us.