Hacker AI is an AI solution designed to analyze user-uploaded source code for vulnerabilities. Users retain ownership and licensing of their uploaded source code and any generated output. Hacker AI makes no warranty as to the completeness or accuracy of the analysis and is not responsible for any damages resulting from the use of the Service. 100% security cannot be guaranteed.
Upon completion of the analysis, all input files and produced files are deleted. During processing, files are stored in encrypted containers to protect against disk carving attacks. Some logs related to the analysis are retained for statistical and security purposes. User-provided information is stored in Hacker AI's database and used for communication purposes only. It is not sold or shared with other companies. In the current version, some data may be sent to external trusted APIs, but our priority is to transition to using our own machine learning models on our servers to reduce data exposure. Hacker AI does not use customer data to train its models.
For optimization purposes, some data may remain in the cache for up to one month. Premium users can request to disable caching for their requests to reduce data exposure. This is required for our CI/CD feature.
Users are not allowed to use the output of Hacker AI to train any form of AI model.
Hacker AI may update this Agreement at any time. Users will be notified of changes through appropriate channels, such as email or notifications within the Service.
This Agreement is governed by French law. Any disputes or legal issues arising from the use of the Service shall be resolved under the jurisdiction of French courts.
For questions or concerns about this Agreement, please contact us at: email@example.com.
Board advisors and investors are not allowed to access Hacker AI production servers. Only personnel responsible for deployment, administration, or security monitoring may access the servers. No one within Hacker AI is allowed to read vulnerability reports. Anonymized statistics on vulnerability counts and types (CWE) are published publicly.
In the event of a crash, some data may remain within the system. This data will be manually removed by the Hacker AI team.