The data collected includes:
- Trilium data logs (an example is shown at FAQ)
- The synced data from within Trilium (notes, attributes, revision history etc), More info about encryption and how it changes the data available at the server: Encryption?
- An email contact associated with each subdomain
- Docker statistics. Basically just usage statistics of memory, network, storage, etc.
CONTAINER ID NAME CPU % MEM USAGE / LIMIT 277dbeac4784 admin 0.30% 54.94MiB / 2.918GiB MEM % NET I/O BLOCK I/O PIDS 1.84% 1.33MB / 7.27MB 4.77MB / 17.3MB 11
- Access information from the main site (trilium.cc) in order to better analyze which pages are being read. Not client-side analytics, but a server-side log within Caddy.
The data that I will not collect:
- Any metadata or analytics data about page views, site usage, IP addresses, request logs (excepting what is collected by the Trilium app), etc, on your subdomain.
- I do not use Cloudflare or any other CDN, meaning there is no middlemen besides regular internet infrastructure. Just my server and your device, having a heart-to-heart (no eavesdroppers!)
- Any of your personal information with the purpose to profit or benefit by the selling or leasing or distribution of your personal data to any third party. This is a privacy-friendly service. I will
rm -rf /before I sell your data to anyone else.
|Type of data||Data I collect|
|Personal information (emails, usernames, etc)||Your email and payment events via Stripe will be stored (contains no sensitive payment info like card number). Other events are not stored.|
|Public data (intended to be shared)|
The subdomain's existence (example.trilium.cc) will be public, as TLS certificates are public.
Any shared notes will be available publicly on the domain visible in the Trilium UI.
The Rustpad service I also host keeps all documents for 24 hours until the last activity, after which they will be removed.
|Confidential data (passwords, credit cards)|
The Trilium Notes password is stored within the database, scrypt-encoded. (This is handled by Trilium Notes)
|Non-sensitive data||Trilium logs, resource usage statistics|