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What are "cookies"?
A cookie is a small file size, formed of letters and numbers, which will be stored on your computer, mobile device or other equipment, Use to access the Internet. A cookie is installed by requiring, sent from the server to a web page to the browser (for example: Internet Explorer, Chrome), and completely "passive" ie does not contain software programs, viruses or spyware and has no access to information from the hardware to the user.
What use "cookies"?
Cookies are widely used, to operate websites or work better and more efficiently. Without these essential cookies our site would not function so well for you, as we'd like, and may be unable to provide you with certain services or functions.
Cookies are also used in the preparation of anonymous statistics, which help us to understand how a person prefers to use our site, enabling us to improve the structure and content, excluding the identification of the individual user.
What are "cookies" use?
We use two types of cookies - a user session and fixed. The latter are temporary files, that remain in the user's device to the end of the user session or to close the application (web browser). Fixed files remain on the user's device for the period, set of cookies or until they are deleted manually by the user.
Visiting this site may create cookies for the following purposes:
• Cookies performance Site;
• Cookies for analyzing site visitors;
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They contain "cookies" personal data?
Security and confidentiality
Cookies are not viruses! They use plain text. Not composed of parts of the codes, so that can not be met nor perform self. therefore, They can not be duplicated or copied to other networks, to start or be copied again. Since they can not perform these functions, can not be considered viruses.
Typically browsers have built-in settings for privacy,, which provide different levels of acceptance of cookies, the period of validity and automatic deletion, after a user has visited a site.
Tips for safe and responsible surfing, Based cookies.
Here are some tips, which can ensure browsing without care, but with the help of cookies.
• If you have one person, which uses computer, you can set longer retention periods of history browsing and access to personal data.
• If you share access to your computer with someone, You can set your browser to delete personal data to surf every time, when you close the browser.
• Make sure you, sure your browser is always updated. Many of the attacks, based on cookies, taking place at the exploitation of the weak points of old and non-updated versions of browsers. Cookies are everywhere and can not be avoided, if you want to enjoy access to the best and biggest websites.
It is possible to setup a browser, these cookies can no longer be accepted or you can set your browser to accept cookies only from certain sites. All modern browsers offer the option to change cookie settings. These settings are generally in the "Options" or in the "Favorites" on your browser. To find these settings, You can use the "help" on your browser for more detailed information.