Version 1.0, February 2019

Acceptable Use Policy Overview


Prohibited Actions


Thank you for using Scoutsuite. Please read this Acceptable Use Policy carefully. All users must follow this Acceptable Use Policy. If you violate this policy, Legal Science, LLC may suspend or terminate your account. This Acceptable Use Policy is a part of our Terms of Use.

Scoutsuite is owned and operated by Legal Science, LLC at 1601 Market Street, Floor 19, Philadelphia, PA 19103. Scoutsuite, which is our Software as a Service, will be referred to as the “Service” or “Website.” Users of this Service will be referred to as “User” or “you” under these Terms.  

Prohibited Actions

You will not do any of the following in connection with your use of the Service or Website:

  1. Violate applicable law;

  1. Reverse engineer or tamper with the security of the Service or Website;

  1. Resell the Services or permit third parties to use the Service or Website without Scoutsuite’s prior written consent;

  1. Make unauthorized copies of any content in the Service or Website;

  1. Upload Data that contains or links to third-party services, nudity, pornography, obscene content, sex, profanity, or foul language (except for legal and valid research purposes with Scoutsuite’s written consent);

  1. Collect or process special categories of personal data or personal data relating to criminal convictions and offenses of EU citizens (as defined in the GDPR) other than in compliance with the provisions of applicable data protection law, including but not limited to the GDPR;

  1. Upload, send, or store malicious software or data that condones, promotes, contains, or links to warez, cracks, hacks, their associated utilities, or other piracy-related information;

  1. Upload data that infringes any copyrights, trademarks, patents, trade secrets, or other intellectual property rights;

  1. Upload data that is racist or otherwise offensive to others, including content that aggravates, harasses, threatens, defames, or abuses others;

  1. Upload or display data that exploits images of children under 18 years of age;

  1. Upload binary files or executable code;

  1. Perform vulnerability tests, network scans, penetration tests, or other investigative techniques on our software, Service or Website;

  1. Use the Service to send links to third-party services;

  1. Use the Service in a way that circumvents usage limits;

  1. Use the Service to collect data without appropriate authorization; or

  1. Use the Service to collect data in a manner that is out of compliance with your entity’s internal policies.