Cookies are small files a website stores in the visiting user's browser and provide the web browser with a number of advantages to provide interactive services. These files are stored in the user's terminal and range in size from just a few kilobytes to various Megabytes.
The following information about the types of possible cookies will help you understand our cookies policy better:
DEPENDING ON DURATION
Session cookies: They are temporary cookies that are stored on your device until you leave the website that uses them. Nothing is left behind on the user's disk. The information obtained by these cookies makes it possible to operationally manage each user that is accessing the website at the same time.
Persistent cookies: They are cookies that are stored in the space for cookies on your device when you leave the website and that will be checked by said website next time you visit it in order to remember the information that makes browsing easier for you (for example: access the service directly without needing to log in) or providing a commercial service (for example: offering products or services related with previous visits).
DEPENDING ON ORIGIN
The cookies exchanged while browsing on a website can be:
First-party cookies: They are cookies placed by the website you are visiting.
Third-party cookies: They are cookies placed when browsing through that website, but have been created by a third-party service that is hosted in the website. An example is a cookie placed by an advertisement or banner that is in the website the user is visiting. Another example is a cookie placed by a visitor counter hired by the website the user is visiting.
DEPENDING ON USE
Cookies can be used for different purposes:
Technical purposes: They allow the user to browse through the website, platform or application and use different options or services that exist within them, such as, controlling data traffic and communication, identifying the session, accessing restricted areas, remembering items that make up an order, carrying out the purchase of an order, carrying out registration requests or participating in an event, using safety elements while browsing, storing contents for video diffusion or sharing content through social networks.
Personalization purposes: They allow the user to access the service with some general, predefined general characteristics depending on a series of criteria in the user terminal, such as, for example, the language, type of browser used to access the service, regional configuration from where the user is visiting, etc.
Analysis or performance purposes: They allow the cookies manager to follow up and analyze user behavior on the websites they are linked to. The information gathered from these types of cookies are used to measure website, application or platform activity and to create browser profiles for users of said website, applications and platforms in order to implement improvements based on the analysis of the data of use that the users of the service create.
Advertising purposes: They make it possible to manage, as efficiently as possible, advertising spaces that, in this case, the editor included on a website, application or platform that provides the service requested based on criteria edited or the frequency of advertising.
Behavioral advertising purposes: They make it possible to manage, as efficiently as possible, advertising spaces that, in this case, the editor included on a website, application or platform that provides the service requested. These cookies store behavioral information the users obtain through continued observation of browsing habits, which allows the website to develop a specific profile to show the user advertisements specific to them.
If you would like to eliminate cookies from the website WWW.PROSAFETYSOFTWARE.COM, here are the instructions for each browser:
Others: Cookies can usually be eliminated from your browser by going to the Preferences or Configuration menu in the browser and searching for the Privacy section. There, you will find options to manage your cookies and other data placed by the websites you visit, as well as how to configure your browser's behavior for managing cookies.