1. What are Cookies?
Cookies are textual information that websites send to a browser cookie file on your computer's hard drive. This way, the websites can recognize you the next time you visit, or remember relevant information about you. This includes information about the internal pages you visited, what menu items you selected, the specific information you entered in the forms on this website, the time and dates of your visit.
2. Types of cookies
There are two main types of cookies:
Session cookies: these are temporary cookies that expire together with the end of the browser session, ie when you leave the website. Session cookies allow the website to recognize you when you browse internal pages through a single use of the browser, thus allowing you to use the website more efficiently. For example, session cookies allow a website to remember that a user has added relevant items to their cart.
Persistent cookies: Unlike session cookies, persistent cookies are stored on your computer until they expire or are deleted. This gives you the opportunity to recognize you when you return, to remember your choices or the services provided.
In addition to session cookies and persistent cookies, there may be other cookies that are set on a website that you choose to visit, such as that website, thus providing information to us or third parties.
3. Cookies we use
We may use the following cookies now and in the future:
We use session cookies to:
Help ensure security and verify your data. You use the website, browse the pages, you avoid the constant entry of the same data with the help of cookies. We use constant cookies to:
Helps us identify you as a unique user each time you return to the site, thus avoiding repetitive actions
Collect and store statistical anonymous information to help us better understand your needs and help us improve the structure of the website
Cookie name Cookie validity period The purpose of using the cookie
svSession Persistent Identifies unique visitors and tracks in a visitor's sessions
on a site
hs Session Security
XSRF-TOKEN Persistent Security
smSession Persistent (2 weeks) Identifies logged in site members
TSxxxxxxxx Persistent Security
TSxxxxxxxx_d Persistent Security
4. Opting out of cookies on this website
By default, most browsers accept cookies. However, you have the option to disable cookies by changing your browser settings. You can also configure your browser settings to accept only the appropriate cookies, or receive an alert message that allows you to decide each time you want to store cookies on your computer. There are various ways to manage cookies on your computer, such as a "help" section in your browser to help you. You can also delete or disable the information stored. Because our cookies allow you to access basic website functions, we recommend that you leave cookie support If cookie support is turned off, it may mean that you experience limited use of the website or that you are unable to use the website in its entirety.