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Augur Systems, Inc. is an independent software vendor founded in 1998, privately funded, and based in metro Boston.

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How We Work

All product development and support is done in the U.S. When 3rd-party software libraries are used, we secure rights to the source code, to ensure product stability. We support our products in-house, so your questions have quick access to engineers with real answers. Our deployments range from stand-alone, to clusters that span time zones. Platforms include UNIX-based systems (Linux, Solaris, OS X, etc.) and Windows.

Supporting Open-Source

Our software must interface with many communications protocols. When no commercial or open-source APIs meet our needs or the quality required for commercial products, we develop custom implementations. Where appropriate, we make that code available to the open-source community:

Our software addresses unique situations, so sometimes we are the first to document technical issues. Programmers around the world discover these pages when searching online for help:


TrapStation and SocketStation are trademarks and Augur is a registered trademark of Augur Systems, Inc. All other trademarks, trade names, service marks and logos referenced herein belong to their respective companies. Copyright © 2023 Augur Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

We process personal data in compliance with the relevant data protection regulations.

Personal Data

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Data Protection

We take technical and operational security precautions on our website to protect Personal Data stored with us from unauthorized access. It is also your responsibility to protect your data when communicating with us, so sensitive data should be sent only when absolutely necessary, and then only over secure channels.


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Data Stored

The following session data is written to our log files: browser IP address, pages visited on this site, timestamps, and the referring URL (if sent by the browser). Data is stored for a maximum of one year.