Information about cookies
- Technical functionality, so we can remember your preferences.
- Traffic Measurement, so we know how many people visit our site and can prove this to the advertisers by common industry standards.
1. What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer. Cookies can contain text and numbers, including, for example dates. Cookies are not programs and do not contain viruses or other malicious code. Cookies are used to store specific information from the user so that the website later can recognize the user. It may, for example have login information, information on previous visits, and which parts of the website you have visited.
Cookies can only be read by the web address (website) they are saved from. General cookies, which are saved from the website, are typically stored from the address you see in the browser address bar. But a website can also contain fragments and information obtained from other addresses than the one displayed in the browser address bar. It may, for example be banner ads or analysis tools, but also common content. In this way, there may also be saved cookies from other addresses via the website you actually visit - so-called third party cookies.
Some cookies (called session cookies) are only stored in a browser session and are deleted when the browser shuts down. Other cookies (so-called persistent cookies) are stored in a defined period of time, and deleted only on expiry of this period.
2. Which cookies are the Website using, and why?
The website uses the following cookies:
- In connection with log-in information: "DW_Extranet" (only if the solution has Extranet)
"DW_Extranet" is a "persistent cookie". It contains encrypted information about the username and password to the extent that you make use of the Website log-in feature. The cookie has a lifetime of 1 month, and it is deleted 1 month after the last time you made use of the Website log-in feature. This cookie is used to remember you when you return to the Website without having to log in again.
- 2) In connection with the date of last visit: "Dynamicweb.VisitDate"
"Dynamicweb.VisitDate" is a persistent cookie. It contains information about the date of your last visit to the Website and used in connection with statistics. The cookie has a lifespan of 1 year and deleted the following 1 year after your last visit to the Website.
- In previous visits, "Dynamicweb.VisitorID"
"Dynamicweb.VisitorID" is a persistent cookie. It contains a unique ID given to you by visiting the Website. It is used in connection with statistics. The cookie has a lifespan of 1 year and deleted the following 1 year after your last visit to the Website.
- Google Analytics (traffic measurement)
You can disable cookies from Google Analytics here: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Whichever browser you use, you can set the browser so that it does not save cookies. For some browsers you can also set that this should only apply to certain websites.
4. How can I delete cookies?
You can delete cookies in your browser preferences. Help can be found either in the browser or on the related websites. Below are links to guides for the most common browsers:
- Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Delete-your-Internet-cookies
- Mozilla Firefox: http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/delete-cookies-remove-info-websites-stored
- Google Chrome: http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py
- Opera: http://www.opera.com/help/tutorials/security/cookies/
- Safari: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html
5. Additional information and redress
T. +45 7342 2200
F. +45 7342 2210