Out of consideration for events which may affect security, relevant access data are logged each time the web server eibsee.web.med.uni-muenchen.de of Collaborative Research Center 596 is accessed.
The web server is operated for Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München by its IT section.
Depending on the access log used, the log data file will contain items with the following information:
- IP address of the computer requested
- Date and time of the request
- Access method / function intended by requesting computer
- Input values (file name, etc.) transmitted by requesting computer
- Access status of Web server (file transferred, file not found, command not executed, etc.)
- Name of file requested
- URL from which the file or the desired function was requested
Purpose of logs
Recorded data are used for the purpose of identifying and pursuing invalid accessing of, and attempts to gain access to the Web server and - in an anonymous form - to optimize Web content.
Period of record
Logged data are saved for a period of maximal seven days and then deleted.
Analysis is conducted by employees of the IT section in the service of Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München.
Should you send us an email, your email address will be used only for correspondence.
The information offered by the Collaborative Research Center 596 contains links to external Internet pages.
The Collaborative Research Center 596 provides access to the use of this content (§9 Teledienstgesetz) via link. It is not responsible for this "foreign" content because it does not initiate the transmission of information, select the addressees of transmitted information, or select and alter transmitted information.
Nor does the automatic temporary saving of this "foreign information" result from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität's methods of linking and access. Thus, in this way the Collaborative Research Center 596 is similarly not liable for this foreign content.
When a link is first is created to such internet content, however, the Collaborative Research Center 596 does verify whether that foreign content may result in possible civil or criminal legal liability.