A cookie is a file that contains an identification code (a sequence of numbers and letters) that is sent from a server to a browser where it is stored. Each time the browser requests a page from the server, the password is sent back to it.
Cookies can be either permanent or relate to a single connection. The permanent cookies are stored by the navigator and remain active either until their expiration date, or until the user deletes them. Those that relate to a single session expire at the end of the connection, as soon as the browser is deactivated (closed).
Cookies do not store information that can personalize the user, but personal information that is stored on the website and relates to users / visitors can be linked to the information that is stored and can be obtained from cookies.
Only “permanent” cookies are used on the website and the connected applications, only cookies related to a connection / session or “permanent” cookies and cookies used in a connection / session.
The names of the cookies that are used on the website or in connected applications, and the reasons for which they are used, are listed below:
=> are used (cookie name) on the website or linked applications (to recognize a computer when a user visits the site or linked applications / to monitor user navigation on the site or linked applications / to allow the use of a ” shopping cart ”on the website or in related applications / to improve the usability of the website or affiliated applications / to analyze the use of the website or affiliated applications / to manage the website or affiliated applications / to prevent fraud and Improving the security of the website and related applications / for personalizing the website or affiliated applications / for targeting specific advertising messages to specific users who may be interested in them.
(b) In Firefox (version 39) they can suspend the use of all cookies by selecting “Tools”, “Options”, “Privacy”, then selecting “Use Personal Settings for History” from the drop-down menu and finally unchecking “Accept” cookies from websites “.
Allowed Use by All Websites I Visit: Safari accepts cookies and website information only from the websites the user visits. Safari uses your existing cookies to determine if a user has visited a website in the past. Selecting this setting prevents the storage of cookies and other content on the Mac computer from websites whose embedded content is located on the websites that the user visits.
Suspending the use of all cookies will have a negative impact on the use of many websites.
The user can delete cookies that are already stored on his computer. For example:
(a) In Internet Explorer (version 11) it can manually delete t