The .NET SDK includes a telemetry feature that collects usage data and sends it to Microsoft when you use .NET CLI commands. The usage data includes exception information when the .NET CLI crashes. The .NET CLI comes with the .NET SDK and is the set of verbs that enable you to build, test, and publish your .NET apps. Telemetry data helps the .NET team understand how the tools are used so they can be improved. Information on failures helps the team resolve problems and fix bugs.
The telemetry feature doesn't collect personal data, such as usernames or email addresses. It doesn't scan your code and doesn't extract project-level data, such as name, repository, or author. The data is sent securely to Microsoft servers using Azure Monitor technology, held under restricted access, and published under strict security controls from secure Azure Storage systems.
Protecting your privacy is important to us. If you suspect the telemetry is collecting sensitive data or the data is being insecurely or inappropriately handled, file an issue in the dotnet/sdk repository or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for investigation.
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The .NET Core tools collect usage data in order to help us improve your experience. The data is anonymous and doesn't include command-line arguments. The data is collected by Microsoft and shared with the community. You can opt-out of telemetry by setting the DOTNET_CLI_TELEMETRY_OPTOUT environment variable to '1' or 'true' using your favorite shell.Read more about .NET Core CLI Tools telemetry: -cli-telemetry**
My question is basically in the title - We all know about the telemetry bullcrap that windows 10 comes with and about NSA spying on everyone. Considering all that stuff, is it (from a privacy perspective) safe to use a VM to use linux Will windows be able to collect data from my VM or is it the same as basically having linux as the host OS
Customers control whether telemetry is turned on, and they can change their settings at any point of time. If telemetry remains on, the AWS SAM CLI sends telemetry data in the background without requiring any additional customer interaction.
Putting a system in place that monitors devices and their overall health is essential to maintaining a secure IT environment and a productive workforce. Telemetry data pulled from devices can be used for a variety of improvements across an organization, including (but not limited to) the user experience, security posture and practices, as well as application health and performance. Device health and monitoring in this sense is not to be confused with user activity monitoring and privacy invasion.
When you run the Support and Recovery Assistant to identify or diagnose a particular issue, the tool records anonymous information (Telemetry) about the actions and analysis that are performed by the tool when a scenario is run. Microsoft uses the telemetry data to improve customer experiences and to monitor the health of the application. The amount of telemetry data collected differs with different scenarios.
The log files include comprehensive information such as SessionID, TimeStamp, and Office applications on the affected system. The collected information is completely anonymous, and it does not trace back to you in any form. The following is the definition of some fields that are collected as part of the telemetry data:
The scope of the OpenTelemetry project encompasses how telemetry data is collected, processed, and transmitted. The OpenTelemetry project is not involved with how the data is stored, displayed, or used beyond the collection and transmission phases.
The OpenTelemetry Collector offers a vendor-agnostic implementation on how to receive, process and export telemetry data. In addition, it removes the need to run, operate and maintain multiple agents/collectors in order to support open-source telemetry data formats (e.g. Jaeger, Prometheus, etc.) sending to multiple open-source or commercial back-ends.
Exporters are how the telemetry data is sent to one or more backends/destinations. Some exporters can support multiple different metric types. In our example, we just want to log our traces to a file:
LibreWolf is designed to increase protection against tracking and fingerprintingtechniques, while also including a few security improvements. This is achievedthrough our privacy and security oriented settings and patches. LibreWolf alsoaims to remove all the telemetry, data collection and annoyances, as well asdisabling anti-freedom features like DRM.
Falcon Fusion is a unified and extensible SOAR framework, integrated with Falcon Endpoint and Cloud Protection solutions, to orchestrate and automate any complex workflows. Fusion leverages the power of the Security Cloud and relevant contextual insights across endpoints, identities, workloads, in addition to telemetry from partner applications to ensure effective workflow automation.
Our Python script will subscribe to the Mosquitto broker and when it receives telemetry messages from sensors through The MQTT Gateway it will publish that information to our MySQL data base. Download the Python Script here.
When I think of telemetry, I think of Nasa's mission control in Houston monitoring the Apollo 11 rocket in space. Through the gathering of data from the rocket's systems and the external conditions, and beaming it to earth, mission control assisted the astronauts in vital decisions that got them to the moon and back safely, a first for mankind. That's rather cool, but what is my code editor up to
Visual Studio Code collects telemetry data, which is used to help understand how to improve the product. For example, this usage data helps to debug issues, such as slow start-up times, and to prioritize new features. While we appreciate the insights this data provides, we also know that not everyone wants to send usage data and you can disable telemetry as described in disable telemetry reporting.
I ran code --telemetry > telemetry.json to generate a report. Here is a GitHub Gist of the report.json. It contains nearly 1600 possible events (if I am interpeting it correctly). That is a lot of data points.
The absence of logged events doesn't mean that data is not being sent though! A more accurate way to see what is being sent out is to monitor your outgoing network traffic and analyze the packets. You could do this with a tool like Wireshark. It would be interesting to see what actual data is being sent out when telemetry is turned off! I will let that investigation up to you as I don't have much experience in that area.
It looks like you cannot shut telemetry off 100%. These settings will opt you of most data sharing scenarios; but not all data sharing scenarios. See excerpt below from section 2a of the product license:
These extensions may be collecting their own usage data and are not controlled by the telemetry.telemetryLevel setting. Consult the specific extension's documentation to learn about its telemetry reporting and whether it can be disabled.
Some of Microsoft's extensions collect data. VSCodium mentions that Microsoft's C# extension (ms-vscode.csharp) sends data to Microsoft. There does not appear to be any setting offered by the extension to turn telemetry off. I checked the installed extension folder and it does not appear to have a telemetry.json in the root directory to report its telemetry events.
Also, I recommend that you review the \"online services\" settings. These settings dictate what data is sent out to servers. Beyond crash reporting and telemetry, VS Code uses online services for other purposes such as downloading product updates, managing extensions, and providing natural language searching within the Settings editor.
On the surface, telemetry is benign and has a reason to exist. However, if it is not done in a wholly transparent way, and you do not have total control over what data gets sent out, then I would suspect ulterior motives. When you couple this with product licenses that grant a company permission to collect your data anyway, then the control you are given is illusory.
Visual Studio Code collects usage data and sends it to Microsoft, although this can be disabled. Due to the open-source nature of the application, the telemetry code is accessible to the public, who can see exactly what is collected. 153554b96e