Your information is your information, not ours.
We know nothing about you, your computers, or your network traffic. We do not collect or track your location, your activity, or any other data which might be used to identify you.
After installation, your TrustPipe automatically runs when you turn on your computer.
Your TrustPipe continuously examines all of the network traffic to and from it. Periodically, your TrustPipe connects over the Internet to its Zone Authority if it can reach it (this may not be possible if, for example, you are traveling with your TrustPipe-protected laptop), to do three things:
- Let the Zone Authority know it’s alive
- Download an updated configuration
- Download updated detection data or program code
Typically, this happens every few minutes.
If Something Bad Is Happening…
If your TrustPipe spots suspicious activity — traffic that appears to be doing something abnormal and potentially dangerous — it reports that activity to the location (typically a SIEM) you specify for analysis, using Common Export Format (CEF) syslog.
If your TrustPipe should detect a new attack type that causes an actual problem on your computer, it reports that attack via CEF, but also takes action to protect the computer from the effects of the attack. All of this happens automatically — no human is involved.
You are free to uninstall TrustPipe at any time.
Read our End User License Agreement here.