The use of Brutal's services implies the understanding and acceptance of the terms set forth in this legal notice.
This service is owned by Brutal, which is the name of the company whose details are indicated below. Hereinafter we will refer to the owner interchangeably as "Brutal", "we" or "us".
The intellectual and industrial property rights, as applicable, of the web application and its contents of any kind are owned by Brutal. Therefore, it is prohibited to exercise any rights of the owner without its express written consent.
Third-party branded resources appearing in the web application are not considered content, but references. These resources are the property of their respective owners and have been used with their authorization.
Within the limits of the law, Brutal shall not be liable for any kind of damage or injury arising from the use of its services, nor for the impossibility of its use.
This disclaimer also applies to links to any external resources. These links are provided for the purpose of contextualizing and referencing information; they do not in any way imply that Brutal knows, shares or endorses the linked opinions or content.
Brutal is also not responsible for any kind of damage or harm caused or related to any communication that is not made through the channels set out below and through the security protocols mentioned in each case, as it is not technically possible to guarantee its authenticity or legitimacy.
We offer services exclusively under the following domains:
All DNS query responses are authenticated with DNSSEC.
Any plaintext protocol is always encrypted over TLS.
All emails are authenticated with DKIM and have strict SPF and DMARC policies.
Our autonomous system number (ASN) is
Brutal is ruled by the laws of the European Union and Spain.
In case of disagreement, both parties will submit to the courts and tribunals of the city of Barcelona. With the exception and without prejudice to the rights of individuals who are end consumers.
Brutal scrupulously respects privacy and recognizes the importance of ensuring secure environments for storing and processing personal data. Therefore, it ensures compliance with current regulations on the protection of personal data: the Regulation (EU) 2016/679: protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data (GDPR) and the Ley Orgánica 3/2018, de 5 de diciembre, de Protección de Datos Personales y garantía de los derechos digitales —LOPD GDD— (only available in Spanish).
The data controller is the owner, whose details are available in the ownership section of this document.
It is not necessary to provide any personal data in order to use the web application. However, in some cases we automatically collect the following:
In addition, users may voluntarily provide their personal data for the uses detailed below:
The data processing is carried out for compliance with legal obligations and in the legitimate interest in:
These are the rights that can be exercised on personal data:
Exercising these rights is individual, so they must be exercised directly by the person concerned. For this purpose, the contact details provided in the ownership section of this document may be used.
Cookies are small pieces of text used to store information in web browsers.
Below is a breakdown by name of all the cookies we use.
cookies: it is used to know whether the user has hidden the cookies notice so it is not shown again.
language: its use is to store the user's language so that they can modify it without having to change the language of their operating system or browser.
__cf: cookies beginning with this prefix are used to ensure the correct operation and usage of the infrastructure. Therefore, they also serve a security purpose.
Since cookies are a standard feature that allows the web application to provide essential functionality, removing or disabling them will prevent it from working properly. For example, it will not be possible to hide the cookies notice or to change the language.
However, it is up to the user to decide whether to use them or not. Instructions on how to remove or disable them for the most commonly used browsers are linked below:
This is the revision 3 of the document, published on January 17th, 2023.