Nintendo Switch Dieses Produkt erfüllt unsere Mindestsicherheitsstandards
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Nintendo Switch

Überprüft am: 23.10.2019

Super Mario. The Legend of Zelda. Need we say more? Two of the greatest video game superstars of all time live here on the Nintendo Switch and the new Nintendo Switch Lite. Good guy Nintendo also puts a lot of emphasis on easy-to-use parental controls. Dear Santa, we've been really good this year.

Mindestsicherheitsstandards

Fünf wesentliche Schritte, die jedes Unternehmen umsetzen sollte, um die Privatsphäre der Verbraucher zu schützen. Weitere Informationen

Gesamtsicherheitsbewertung
5/5 Stern
Verschlüsselung
Ja
Uses encryption in transit and at rest.
Sicherheits-Updates
Ja
Does it get regular software/firmware updates?
Sicheres Passwort
Ja
Do you have to create a strong password?
Umgang mit Schwachstellen
Ja
Is there a system in place for managing security vulnerabilities?
Datenschutzrichtlinie
Ja
Does it have a privacy policy?

Kann es mich ausspionieren?

Kamera
Gerät: Ja | App: Nicht verfügbar
Mikrofon
Gerät: Nein | App: Nicht verfügbar
Verfolgt den Standort
Gerät: Ja | App: Nicht verfügbar

Wie geht es mit Privatsphäre um?

Wie werden Daten ausgetauscht?
Nintendo says it does not share your Switch data with third parties for commercial or marketing purposes. When you play games offered through other companies on the platform, you may share your data with those third parties.
Können Sie Ihre Daten löschen?
Ja
Kindersicherung?
Ja
Benutzerfreundliche Datenschutzinformationen?
Ja
Nintendo's privacy policy is written in fairly simple language.
Verweist auf Datenschutzinformationen
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Was könnte passieren, wenn etwas schief geht?

Not a whole lot. Nintendo does a good job with privacy, security, and parental controls. Just be aware that while Nintendo doesn't share your data with third parties, some of the games you play on the Switch made by other companies might be collecting and sharing your data.

So kontaktieren Sie das Unternehmen

Aktualisierungen

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While you won’t notice a camera lens on the front or back of the actual Nintendo Switch console, there is one — or two! — lurking on the Joycon controllers. Each motion-sensing controller includes an infrared (IR) camera at the bottom. It doesn’t look like a camera, again it's not a traditional lens, but you’ll notice it from the black spots located at the bottom.
How to Boost Your Game Console’s Security
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