Does AnyDesk store data?

According to AnyDesk’s privacy policy, they do not store any content of the respective remote data connection (session data) beyond the required scope of data transfer. This means that AnyDesk does not store any of the files or applications that you access while using the software. However, AnyDesk does store some basic information about your sessions, such as the time and date of the session, the IP addresses of the computers involved, and the names of the users who participated. This information is stored in order to troubleshoot problems and to improve the performance of the software.

AnyDesk also allows you to create chat logs and session recordings. These logs and recordings are stored locally on your computer, and AnyDesk does not have access to them.

Overall, AnyDesk is a secure remote desktop software that does not store a lot of data about your sessions. However, it is important to be aware of the information that is stored and to take steps to protect your privacy.

Here are some tips for protecting your privacy when using AnyDesk:

  • Use a strong password. Your AnyDesk password should be at least 12 characters long and include a mix of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols.
  • Enable two-factor authentication. Two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of security to your AnyDesk account.
  • Be careful who you share your AnyDesk ID with. Only share your AnyDesk ID with people you trust.
  • Keep your AnyDesk software up to date. AnyDesk regularly releases security updates, so it is important to keep your software up to date to protect yourself from the latest threats.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.