What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files a visited web page sends in your browser, which saves them on your computer; cookies are commonly used to distinguish users. However, the user as an individual cannot be identified through cookies. Cookies help a web page to remember your activities and preferences for a time so that you do not have to enter them again after revisiting the page or browsing from one page to another.
Cookies facilitate easy web browsing. Cookies primarily serve these purposes:
- Making sure our website works as expected.
- Analysing visit data and user behaviour.
Types of cookie used by our website:
|content administration system cookie making sure the system runs well during the session
|unique user identifier (WTDGUID)
|Google Analytics cookie for website visit monitoring (utma etc.)
|Google server cookies – HSID (a record of user account ID with Google), NID (Google ads customisation cookie), APISID, SSI and other cookies
|1. Go to Tools menu and select Internet Options.
2. Click on the Personal Data Protection tab.
3. Push the bar up in the setting frame to disable all cookies.
4. Press OK to confirm.
|1. Go to Settings menu.
Select Advanced Settings.
2. Click on Content Setting in Privacy Protection and Security.
3. Click on Cookies.
4. Disable the switch in Allow websites to store and read cookie data.
|1. In the main menu click on Firefox and then Options.
2. Select Privacy.
3. In Cookies disable the option Allow servers to set Cookies.
4. Confirm your setting.
|1. Go to the Tools menu, select Security and click on Delete browsing history.
2. Tick Cookies.
3. Press Delete.
|1. Go to the History menu and click on Delete browsing data.
2. Tick Cookies and other website data.
3. Click on Delete data.
|1. In the main menu click on Firefox and then the arrow at History.
2. Select Delete recent history.
3. Select All in Deletion period.
4. Click on Details to expand details, tick Cookies and press Delete.
If you have any query, please contact us at: email@example.com.