Duel 95 Professional

Privacy Policy

The privacy policy is here to inform you what information we gather and how we use it. We believe privacy is important so please review the conditions below before using our website if you have concerns.

What we collect

Essentially, the only information we gather here on duel95.com (sub-sites included unless a different privacy policy is explicitly provided) pertains to:

  • page-based and file-based access logs, and
  • user demographics.

How we use it

We use this information to:

  • analyse incoming web traffic to provide us with useful analytics,
  • determine our most popular content so that we can improve our overall content, and
  • discover who our main demographic is so that we can provide better localised content.

External Links

Our website contains external links to other websites, for which we have no control nor responsibility for your privacy after you exit our website. If you have privacy concerns upon opening the linked website, please check their privacy policy or contact them regarding your concerns.


Due to the nature of our website, we have multiple sub-sites that may have seperate web applications such as online stores, forums and blogs. Such sub-sites may collect personal information such as your name, email, address and phone number. This may be stored for the following purposes:

  • internal record keeping,
  • shipment of goods and services,
  • to contact you for a specific reason.

Some sub-sites, particularly the online store, will have their own privacy policy. So please use the above information as a reference if no policy is provided, otherwise you are to refer to the policy which is specified on the sub-site.

Client Security

Our website is encrypted with a SHA-256 SSL certificate. This prevents man-in-the-middle attacks which means if someone attempts to intercept your connection to our server, it will be scrambled without the private key stored on your computer/device - this private key is part of the asymmetric encryption technology used by SSL certificates. This also prevents attackers from easily changing what you see on our website during interception.

If you would like to learn more about SSL Encryption, please take a look at this article on Microsoft TechNet.