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We don't store or have access to any personal data. When you connect and scan an account or archive posts, all of these processes take place directly on your device locally and do not run server-side. Our team will never have access to sensitive information, such as your login credentials, Vault contents, etc.
We don't sell your data--you are not the product. One of the reasons we built Jumbo is because companies have been offering free services but are selling your data to profit. Be assured that we will never monetize your data. Our most advanced protection tools are paid services--you're paying for the product, and that's it.
We want to change the status quo of privacy. It is extremely important to us that we hold ourselves to higher privacy expectations than the services that we offer support for. Therefore, we only interact with your data when absolutely necessary, and it is always kept anonymous. However, we want to be transparent about some data we might collect:
- We may collect your IDFA and/or IP address if you are a US user. The IDFA is a random device identifier assigned by Apple to a user’s device and is used by advertisers to track data for customized ads. The IP address is a unique string of characters that identifies each computer using the Internet Protocol to communicate over a network. Both your IDFA and IP address are personally identifiable information that Jumbo automatically deletes within a 45 day period upon collection when you first start using Jumbo.
- We may also have processed your Jumbo ID (DeviceID), a unique and anonymized number used for statistical purposes. Most companies do not consider this personally identifiable information, but we use extra precaution. If you would like to request a formal data deletion of this number, please take the following steps:
- Open the Jumbo app.
- Gently shake your device from side to side.
- Tap Yes.
- Fill out the prompt with your email address and mention you would like a formal data deletion.
You can also view these documents in the app:
- Open the Jumbo app.
- Tap the Settings gear in the upper righthand corner.
NOTE: Deleting the app or manually hiding your 2FA code generators in your Vault will NOT disable 2FA automatically for your accounts.
Due to accounts' security settings surrounding disabling 2FA, you will have to do this by logging into your respective accounts directly. The following steps are through desktop.
- Log into Facebook.
- Click the downwards arrow in the top right-hand corner.
- Select Settings & Privacy.
- Select Settings.
- Select Security and Login in the left sidebar.
- Select Edit next to Use two-factor authentication.
- Select Turn off.
- Log into Google.
- Go to your account settings.
- Select Security in the left sidebar.
- Under the Signing in to Google section, select 2-Step Verification. You may need to sign in.
- Select Turn Off.
- A pop-up window will appear to confirm that you want to turn off 2-Step Verification. Select Turn off.
- Log into Twitter.
- Click More in the left sidebar.
- Select Settings and privacy.
- Select Security and account access.
- Select Security.
- Select Two-factor authentication.
- Uncheck the box next to Authentication app.
- Log into Amazon.
- Click Accounts & Lists under your name in the top menu.
- Select Login & security. You may need to sign in.
- Select Edit next to Two-Step Verification (2SV) Settings.
- Click the Disable button, and confirm your choice in the pop-up window that appears.
Jumbo's Block Trackers feature stops more than 400 major trackers from gathering your information as you browse the web and use apps.
Sometimes these trackers are necessary for a certain website or app to function correctly and are used for legitimate reasons, such as fraud prevention, so blocking them may cause sites/apps to not load properly.
If certain sites/apps are not working correctly, try turning off Block Trackers temporarily:
- Open the Jumbo app.
- Tap on My iPhone.
- Switch the toggle next to Block Trackers section to OFF.
- Or you can turn off individual trackers (third image).
- For a visual step-by-step, tap the images below.
Regardless of the size of a data breach, it's important that you promptly secure all associated accounts. Here are 3 easy steps you can take to mitigate some of the risks and protect yourself.
Step 1: Enable 2FA (two-factor authentication)
2FA is an extra layer of security for your accounts beyond just a username and password. Jumbo can help you enable 2FA on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google and Amazon. You can learn more about 2FA here.
The next step is to change your password for each account. One of the best ways to do this is to use a password manager. Whether it's a paid service or a free one that's included in your browser, a password manager will help you maintain unique, powerful passwords to keep your accounts secure.
Step 3: Connect all your emails to Dark Web Data Breach monitoring
With Jumbo Pro, you can connect an unlimited number of email accounts for ongoing Data Breach monitoring. You won't just be alerted of past breaches--Jumbo will alert you of any future threats moving forward.
After you have archived posts, they are permanently deleted from the account and cannot be restored, with the exception of Instagram. If you would like to backup your archives outside of Jumbo, we recommend you export them.
While you cannot restore any archived Facebook/Twitter posts, there is a method to restore Instagram posts deleted in the past 30 days:
- Open the Instagram app.
- Tap your profile icon in the bottom right to go to your profile.
- Tap the menu icon (three horizontal lines)in the top right, then tap the Settings gear.
- Tap Account, then tap Recently Deleted.
- At the top, tap the type of content you’d like to restore.
- Tap the photo, video, or story you’d like to restore.
- Tap the three dots in the top right, then tap Restore to Profile.