- GA Data Grabber only uses official APIs (application programming interfaces) for accessing data.
- Data transfers are done using SSL encrypted HTTPS connections.
- Your data are only stored on your own computer.
- For logging into Google Analytics, GA Data Grabber uses OAuth. This is a secure authentication method, which means that you never have to type your password to GA Data Grabber, as the authentication happens on a Google-hosted webpage. GA Data Grabber will only have rights to access your Google Analytics data, nothing else on your Google account. You can revoke GA Data Grabber's right to access your data at any point from your Google account control panel. The Facebook module also uses OAuth.
- If you wish to use the the AdWords or adCenter modules, GA Data Grabber asks for your password, as these APIs do not yet support the latest version of OAuth. In this case, your login credentials are still only stored on your own computer.