F-Secure KEY privacy policy


The design principle of this service is anonymity so that we can provide total security for your passwords. The service does not collect any personally identifiable data about you.

Your passwords are stored on our servers in an encrypted format behind your master password and we do not know who these passwords belong to. All your data is encrypted with your master password - as we do not know your master password, we cannot be asked or required to give your passwords to anyone. If you have given us information that identifies you through other channels, we might know that you are using this or some other F-Secure service. Beyond that, we do not handle any of your personally identifiable information.


We want to make this service even better. To do that, we need to know - for example - which features are used the most, what needs to be fixed, how people find out about this service and how they use it. We use data aggregation, pseudonyms, and other means to make this analytics data as anonymous as possible. We do no seek to identify you personally. We are interested in how people generally use the service and what they require from it, not in tracking your specific use of the product.

More specifically, we collect data on whether the installation was successful or not, the path where the service was installed and activated, the license type (trial or paid version), the performance of the service in the operating environment (mobile device model and the system language), the regional location and other similar metadata, for example, which features of the service are used and how often. The only way that you might notice the collection of this data may be in the types of ads that you see while browsing or using applications. This happens as we want to gather information about events during the installation via our third-party service providers, but it has no impact on the amount of ads that you see while online.

If you do not want to contribute this information, you can change the product settings to opt out from the collection of this analytics data.

August 2014