Dungeons of Sundaria by Industry Games, LLC. includes various connections to the Steam server.
A request regarding the related data traffic and content, according to the GDPR right of access, was ignored several times by the company Industry Games, LLC.
What does this product do?
During initialization, various Valve Corporation services are started, all of which are unnecessary.
A service for checking IPv6 addresses
To quote "support" employee "Valve, Kal"
These are standard IP checks. IPv6 is going to be basically mandatory soon, and Steam needs to know how many of our users internet connections support the new format.
Short. We say nothing and to see that "Steam" wants something like an independent being, seems rather ridiculous in the consensus.
Well, the service was introduced secretly at the time and can now already be found when logging into Steam. Above all, and only then, the service appears when launching several games with the Unreal Engine.
Captive Portal Telemetry
Valve Corporation implemented a captive portal check back in late 2021. They used Google at first where users are forced to open a TCP connection to Google's servers.
After about 3 months, the service was discontinued for a short time. Since then, Valve has been running Captive Portal Telemetry under its own server.
Upon request to Valve, a "support" representative revealed that no information is released in this regard.
The Steam support does not offer a specific analysis of individual actions through the Steam software. Any data that can be retrieved from the user can can be accessed through Steam's account data page.
For more information, please refer to the Privacy Agreement.
It's a lie, and again another **** off by Valve
Crashlytics by Epic Games, Inc.
Last but not least, there is another little something that comes from Epic as a gift on top. So called Crashlytics by CrashreportClient in the Binary folder. The service is tied to ETAnalytics (Datarouter telemetry). The folder can be deleted without restrictions.
Who is running the product
Developed and published by Industry Games, LLC.
Where are the service providers located?
Industry Games, LLC - Gilbert, Arizona, United States
- Bellevue, Washington, United States
Akamai Technologies, Inc. - Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
What data is collected?
User agreement and Opt-Out/In
As usual - Does not exist. Users are there to pay twice (product and with data) but have no rights and in the case of requests tickets are closed, customers are threatened, banned and requests are ignored
Can this behavior be blocked?
Yes, without restrictions