Information collected by Sitemapxml.net from users:
You can generate sitemap file and validate the same for your website in sitemapxml.net without any registration or providing any personal details. But if you wish to retrieve or use the sitemap later or wish to have a copy of it in your mail, then you need to provide your e-mail address for the same. sitemapxml.net prompts you for the E-mail id. Also, sitemapxml.net gathers the following information when you use the site: the full Uniform Resource Locator (URL) of the web page from which you visited Hostingcompanieslist.com, your Internet Protocol (IP) address which may include a domain name, server name, content type from the page headers.
For what purpose the information is used by Sitemapxml.net:
Security of your information in Sitemapxml.net:
sitemapxml.net makes sure that the information of the users is protected from hackers and abusive users. It uses highly advanced computer security safeguards to protect its databases and servers against risks of loss, unauthorized access, destruction, misuse, modification, or inadvertent or improper disclosure of data. These risks, however, cannot be completely eliminated and sitemapxml.net therefore cannot guarantee complete security in exceptional situations. Sitemapxml.net segregates certain personally identifiable information provided by you.
Restricted Access to the information:
The access to the above mentioned information gathered from the users is restricted only to the admin of sitemapxml.net. The data are used only internally and stored in the sitemapxml.net database. sitemapxml.net does not provide the information to any third-party site or customers and hence the security of the details is ensured.
Links to other sites:
sitemapxml.net website may have links to various other sites and sitemapxml.net is not responsible for the privacy and security of the personal information collected by those sites from you.
Changes in the policy:
Uniform Resource Locator
A URL (Uniform Resource Locator) is the complete web address of a file or document you view in the address bar when using the Internet. Address bar is the one where you type the name of the website and it is located at the top of the page. An example of a URL is:
http is the protocol
www.sitemapxml.net is the server
index.php is the filename
Internet Protocol Address
An Internet Protocol (IP) address is a set of numbers that is automatically assigned to your computer each time you connect to the Internet. When you use your web browser to request a web page from another computer on the Internet, your web browser automatically gives that computer your IP address so that the data your request can be sent to your computer.
A domain name is a part of the URL which identifies a particular web page. For example, in the URL http://sitemapxml.net/faq-sitemap-sitemap-protocol.html, the domain name is sitemapxml.net.
A cookie is a small data file consisting of numbers, letters, or other characters that the sitemapxml.net server sends to your browser and stores on your computer's hard drive when you visit the sitemapxml.net website. The sitemapxml.net servers can access this cookie when you return to the website or use the sitemapxml.net.
The cookie automatically identifies your computer, but not your identity, to our servers while you use the sitemapxml.net website.
A browser, short for web browser, is a software application used to locate and display web pages when you search for a website. Two popular browsers are Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer.
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