Today I found out that any file attachments sent via Gmail, with a log feature "on" or sent via "send later" of the HS plugin, will be added to HS File Manager - which can be indexed or crawled by Search Engine.
This can pose a serious issue especially when we're communicating with our clients and that we attach any sensitive files and those files are added to the File Manager. Since HS Support suggested that our content such as whitepaper or guide be stored on a folder with a No follow and No index tag on them via the robot txt, I'd conclude that any files not stored in that folder will have the potential to be found via search engine.
I highly suggest that HS add a feature where any files attachment added this way will be stored in their server without search engines being able to crawl or index them. This is a high risk issue that can violate the GDPR. Either that or I'm wrong in my understanding on how the File Manager works within HubSpot.
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