Privacy Policy

Effective: 29th September 2019
Last Updated: 29th September 2019

The Privacy Policy applies to ("AwesomeTechStack","we","us","our") and describes how we treat personal information when you use AwesomeTechStack's products and services.

We collect and store your E-Mail address if you consent to us doing that. We store it securely and have a few third parties that need to see that data for E-Mail deliverability, fraud prevention and payment processing.


The personal data you provide to AwesomeTechStack directly is your E-Mail address. It will be processed for the following purposes only: a. To provide AwesomeTechStack mandatory account status E-Mails (password reset, E-Mail verification, welcome E-Mail etc...) b. To identify you when you login to our website. c. To receive marketing E-Mails from us (optional consent opt-in). We may also collect and store your address, if you provide it to us for invoicing purposes and repliying only. The processing of data for the purpose above will be carried out via automated electronic means only.


Our website uses cookies to understand how people use our website in order for us to improve our website. A cookie is small text file that is placed on your computer upon your visit on certain websites. The text file can be read by the website will help identifying you when you return on the website. We use two types of cookies: ‘persistent’ cookies that remain on your computer and will remain valid until either you delete it or upon its expiry date, and identify users so that they do not need to enter their passwords more than once on certain features of the Website. ‘session cookies’ are deleted as soon as the web browser is closed. We will not share personal information with any third party otherwise as set out in this Cookies Policy You can block cookies by activating the setting on your browser that allows you to refuse the setting of all or some cookies. However, if you use your browser settings to block our cookies you will not be able to login to AwesomeTechStack. We use the Analytical cookies of Google Analytics service to analyse the use of our website and keep track of visitors. Google Analytics generate statistical and other information about our website’s use. Details and privacy policy of Google analytics cookies can be found here: Google Analytics. We use cookies of Youtube to improve the visibility of our videos. The privacy policy of Youtube cookies can be found here: Youtube We use Advertising cookies of DoubleClick (Google), Adwords Conversion (Google), and Google Dynamic Remarketing (Google) services in order to improve advertising and provide you with the most relevant advertising content thereby avoiding showing you the same advertising twice. You can manage the tracking of your data by clicking


Our sharing of your personal data is very limited and a requirement for us to operate AwesomeTechStack. All third parties are listed below. The E-Mail addresses that provide consent will be processed by 3rd party E-Mail delivery service provider Postmark. See their page here -


Indirectly we will collect your IP address based on the system you use to access our website via our secure web servers logging system. We collect this information for the purposes of detecting and preventing fraud and unauthorized access and maintaining the security of our systems. We will use but not collect/store your geolocation based on your IP address to personalize your experience of using the AwesomeTechStack website. We use Google reCAPTCHA for fraud prevention which may collect your IP address for law enforcement requirements. See their privacy page here -


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Why AwesomeTechStack?

AwesomeTechStacks main goal is to inform and empower businesses and software developers who want to improve their websites and make their UX and security the best it can be. For SEO there is a saying "Content is King - Code is Queen". AwesomeTechStack recognizes web technologies using unique patterns found in your website's source code, response headers, script variables etc. to find out what a website is built with and calculates a score from your tech stack...

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