When a user runs a BloodHound CD-ROM, the data is collected. Every time a user clicks on an item, such as a page, a video clip, an Adobe Acrobat (pdf) document, a Powerpoint presentation, etc., the software stores the date and time they clicked on that item and the length of time they viewed the item.
If the viewer has an active internet connection, when they finish viewing the cdrom, the data is then sent to our servers. They do not need to be connected to any specific web site for the data to be sent.
If the viewer does not have an active internet connection, the software saves the tracking data log file on the hard drive and sends it to our servers the next time the user has an active internet connection and runs the disc.