Where is archify's privacy statement?
We have a clear and easily readable privacy statement which you can access here
What information does archify hold on me and what does it do with this information?
You'll find a comprehensive description of our data retention policy on our privacy statement.
Is my data secure?
archify is using the best tools and engineering practices known right now to ensure your data remains secure. Your files are backed up, stored securely and password-protected. Other archify users cannot see your data unless you share it. All data is transmitted securely using industry-standard encryption methods (256-bit SSL/ TLS 1.0).
Your data is stored on servers located within Amazon's cloud infrastructure. We use the Amazon's S3 servers located within Ireland. For an overview of Amazon's security practices, please visit this page.
While your passwords are encrypted, we actively encourage and reward users for creating hard-to-guess passwords.
Does archify search through secure (encrypted) pages?
By default archify does not archive content from secure pages (https), except those social media services which you have chosen to connect to.
I don't want archify to index a few sites - what should I do?
You can create a blacklist of sites you don't want archify to index. You can do so by clicking on the settings page and choosing the blacklist option.
I'm browsing in incognito or private mode. Are you storing my data?
archify does not store any data when browsing in incognito or private mode. The browser disables the extension in this mode.
I'd like archify to pause indexing. How do I do so?
We make this really easy. Simply click on the extension and select “disable for 30 minutes”
I'd like archify to delete the archify extension. How do I do so?
In the top desktop toolbar you can click Chrome>Preferences>Extension. Once reaching this page you can delete the archify extension.
In the top desktop toolbar you can click Firefox>Preferences, then under the General tab at the bottom click, Manage Add-Ons. From that option click extensions>archify>remove
In the top desktop toolbar you can click Safari>Preferences>Extensions and on the left hand side you can see the archify logo. Click it, then click uninstall.
I'd like archify to delete all the information it has archived
You can delete all the information you have archived by permanently deleting your account on your settings page.