We have three types of cookies used on the Service:
Session cookies are also known as temporary cookies. They mainly help us to recognize you and the information you provide when you visit our site. They allow us to count visits, traffic sources, and see your interaction with our website so we can do analytics based on the data to help us improve the performance of our Service. The cookies only retain your information when you are on the site and will be deleted once you close your browser. This type of cookies do not contain personally identifiable information that can link a session to a particular user.
Persistent cookies are also known as first-party cookies, permanent cookies, and stored cookies. This type of cookies is a website’s long-term memory and they help to remember your information and settings whenever you use our Service. They are used to store your settings on the site such as your login details so you don’t have to re-enter them every time you visit the website.
Secure cookies are a type of cookies normally used by online banking and can only be used by HTTPS websites like ours to facilitate a safer environment and usage for you. The information is securely transmitted with encrypted connections and its main purpose is to prevent your cookies from being observed by unauthorized third-parties that may be used to attack you.
You will be asked for consent to process any cookies on our website. If you want to reject the tracking of cookies in your browsers, you can change your browser settings. To learn more about how to control your privacy settings and cookie management, you can refer to the following information accordingly:
Please note, however, that if you delete cookies or refuse to accept them, you may not be able to store your preferences, log in conveniently, and some of our pages might not display properly. We would like to emphasize that we do not use any third-parties cookies to market any product or service on our Service but they are purely used for analytics.
If you wish to learn more about cookies, you can visit All About Cookies to learn about web browser, cookies, privacy concerns, and how to manage them.