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mmef

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Hi,

because of privacy laws regarding the logging of visited websites:
The KerioControl client is installed on a machine to establish a VPN to exchange reporting files once a week to the systems of a parent company.
To my understanding, the client will log everything that is being done while it is active in the VPN.
If the VPN is then disconnected afterwards, will the KerioControl client still log the internet activities of the client machine? So will it gather information while in the tray and transmit any information the next time it connects to the VPN?

Thanks in advance

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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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Kerio VPN client does not log anything.

Petr Dobry
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