Dr. Unarchiver for Mac Data Collection Notice

  • Solution ID:1120081
  • Last Updated:Jun. 21, 2018 12:02 AM (PST)
  • Applies to:Antivirus for Mac - 2018;
  • Data Collection Disclosure | Dr. Unarchiver | Mac

Dr. Unarchiver provides decompression functions for various formats on the Mac such as rar, zip, 7z, tar.gz and so on.

In order to develop or improve products and services, Dr. Unarchiver analyzes system information, product information, and user behaviors inside the app.

Your use of this app provides Trend Micro with personally identifiable information that is maintained in accordance with Trend Micro’s Privacy Policy.

If you do not want to allow Trend Micro to collect any personal data, do not install Dr. Unarchiver.
If you decide to uninstall Dr. Unarchiver, notify Trend Micro to remove all collected data.

By installing Dr. Unarchiver, Trend Micro will analyze, receive, and collect the following information:


System information

The system information that Dr. Unarchiver collects consists of basic hardware and OS related information to distinguish user groups to enrich the user experience.

UUID Data used to distinguish user groups when analyzing user behavior inside the product.
OS version
Mac identifier model
CPU core number
System language
System uptime
Browser history

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Product information

The product information collected is related to the Dr. Unarchiver product itself to identify which version is installed and the basic settings of the product.

Product version The installed Dr. Unarchiver product related information on the user’s computer.
App Store ID
Install time
New user status
App Store user status

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User behavior event

The user behavior events Dr. Unarchiver collects are the user’s operations inside the product.
This data is used to develop new versions and improve the user experience.

Real-time behavior inside product Includes user’s operations inside the product, such as launch product, quit product, click certain buttons, and open certain product pages.
Periodic behavior inside product Daily active user event

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