Since Kameleo is an online privacy tool we are taking privacy very seriously. In this article, we try to ensure you about your safety.
Where are the saved profiles stored?
In Kameleo you can save your profile to a .kameleo file. The profile is only stored on your machine. Some other tools are saving them in the cloud which is not safe.
Where does my internet traffic travel?
You don’t have to worry about it. Your traffic arrives and leaves your computer just like in the case of a regular browser. The traffic is only touched by the Kameleo Spoofer Engine. The Spoofer is what keeps you undetected. Of course, no worry is needed. The Kameleo Browser Fingerprint Spoofing Engine only acts on your local machine. Your traffic is never monitored in any way. After you save the profile it is also stored locally.
What does Kameleo communicate with our servers?
Kameleo is not sending any sensitive information from your local machine. It only communicates with our server for these reasons:
- Checking your subscription
- Getting news and updates
- Getting Base Profiles
- Reporting bugs and errors
To sum it up, you don’t have to worry. No traces are left behind when you are using Kameleo.