WHAT ARE COOKIES?
A cookie is a fragment of information sent from a website server to a browser. The browser stores this information in
the form of a text file on the hard drive of the website visitor’s computer so that certain information can be retrieved in subsequent visits. (Wikipedia)
More about cookies: http://www.aboutcookies.org
BLOCKING AND DELETING COOKIES
Browsers generally offer various configuration options for cookies. These options allow the user to adjust their privacy levels so that, for example, cookies received from a site like this one are rejected or old cookies are deleted. To change these settings, you can consult your browser’s help section or ask its developers.
However, here you can obtain instructions for the most popular desktop and mobile browsers.
Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari.
IOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone.
If the user restricts or blocks some or all cookies used on this website, some of the tools or services offered by the page might not work.
COOKIES WE USE ON THE WEBSITE
The cookies used by our website are exclusively associated with anonymous users and their computer.
|Statistical control of visits to the website
|Used by Google Adsense to experiment with the efficiency of the ads on the websites that use their services
|This cookie is associated with the social widget AddThis, which is often embedded in websites to allow visitors to share with a series of networking platforms and networks
|It is used to control the category of accepted cookies
|Indicates the version of the acceptance of cookies allow visitors to share with a series of networking platforms and networks
|Used by Facebook to send a series of advertising products such as real-time offers from advertisers to third parties.
|The visitor cookie includes a unique visitor ID and the unique identifier for your account. For example, the cookie name visitor_id12345 stores the visitor ID 1010101010. The account identifier, 12345, makes sure that the visitor is tracked on the correct Pardot account. The visitor value is the visitor_id in your Pardot account. This cookie is set for visitors by the Pardot tracking code.
|If Tracking Opt-in preferences is enabled, the pi_opt_in cookie is set with a true or false value when the visitor opts in or out of tracking. If a visitor opts in, the value is set to true, and the visitor is cookied and tracked. If the visitor opts out or ignores the opt-in banner, the opt-in cookie value is set to false. The visitor cookie is disabled, and the visitor is not tracked.
|The visitor hash cookie contains the account ID and stores a unique hash. For example, the cookie name visitor_id12345-hash stores the hash “855c3697d9979e78ac404c4ba2c66533”, and the account ID is 12345. This cookie is a security measure to make sure that a malicious user can’t fake a visitor from Pardot and access corresponding prospect information.
|This LPV cookie is set to keep Pardot from tracking multiple page views on a single asset over a 30-minute session. For example, if a visitor reloads a landing page several times over a 30-minute period, this cookie keeps each reload from being tracked as a page view.
|A session cookie named pardot is set in your browser while you’re logged in to Pardot as a user or when a visitor accesses a form, landing page, or page with Pardot tracking code. The cookie denotes an active session and isn’t used for tracking.
The deletion of cookies depends on the settings of the user's web browser.
You can disable the use of own- and third-party cookies by configuring the options of the browser installed on your computer: