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Conditions of use


The AUMA Toolbox is an application that runs locally in your browser. If you do not register, the details you enter will be saved locally to your browser.

The AUMA Toolbox saves data locally using the web storage function (aka DOM storage) supported by all modern browsers. The exact data storage location and method varies from browser to browser ( is a good starting point if you are interested in the technical details). However, depending on the browser, the data in the web storage will be removed when the browser history is deleted.

The AUMA Toolbox therefore offers an option to save data externally: if you decide to register with the AUMA Toolbox, your details will be saved to our server. This has the advantage that you can use any device and still be able to access and edit your data. Your data will therefore be available no matter what browser you use.


The AUMA Toolbox is free to use. Registration is also free of charge.


AUMA does not share AUMA Toolbox user data with third parties.


AUMA assumes no responsibility for the application being up-to-date, correct or constantly available. AUMA also reserves the right to amend the scope of the application.


AUMA is in no way liable for damages resulting from the use of or inability to use the application. AUMA specifically disclaims liability for the loss of company data entered by the user when using the application. AUMA (and its vicarious agents) is liable in instances of wilful intent or gross negligence as stipulated by law. This also applies to injuries to life, limb or health caused by gross negligence. AUMA and its vicarious agents are only liable for property damage and financial loss caused by gross negligence if a major contractual obligation is breached. However, the extent of this liability is limited to the damages typical for this type of contract insofar as they could be foreseen when concluding the contract.