What are cookies?
Cookies are small text file stored on your computer or mobile device when visiting our Website. Cookies generally contain information that is associated with your web browser, information such as website preferences, login information, or a user ID. This information enables online services to recognise the user as he/she interacts with or revisit the Website, improving the user experience.
Are all cookies the same?
Cookie can be classified as it follows.
- Session cookies. These cookies are automatically erased when you close your browser.
- Persistent cookies. These cookies remain on your device until they expire (in terms of minutes, days or years since the cookie creation/update).
- Third-Party cookies. These cookies are stored on behalf of third parties.
How to manage cookies using our Website
To give you the best experience on the cookie management side, we classified the cookies. However please note that we only use technical cookies, which are necessary to run the Website and its features, and third party analytics cookies in a way that does not require your consent. Please note that in order to ensure a low identifier power to third-party analytics cookies:
At least the fourth component of the IP address collected by analytics cookies provided by third-parties is masked and therefore not available;
• we do not combine data collected by these analytics cookies with others (e.g. customer files or statistics of visits to other sites) nor transmit them to third-parties.
That said, cookies can be managed and deleted by setting your browser. However, this may prevent you from properly use certain features on our website. All the most recent browsers allow the user to change the settings of cookies. These are usually in the menu of the user’s browser under 'options' or 'preferences'. To understand how to set them up, you can follow the instructions at the following links Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Safari, Safari on iPhone, iPad ou iPod touch, Opera. Additionally, you can disable the third party analytics cookies, clicking on the relevant link in the "Cookie list" section.
For more information, please visit www.aboutcookies.org or www.allaboutcookies.org.
- form_key : A security measure that appends a random string to all form submissions to protect the data from Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF).
- mage-cache-sessid :The value of this cookie triggers the cleanup of local cache storage. When the cookie is removed by the backend application, the Admin cleans up local storage, and sets the cookie value to true. (Duration: session)
- mage-cache-storage : Local storage of visitor-specific content that enables ecommerce functions.
- mage-cache-storage-section- invalidation : Force local storage of specific content sections that should be invalidated. (Duration: session)
- mage-messages : Tracks error messages and other notifications that are shown to the user (Duration : 1 year)
- private_content_version : Appends a random, unique number and time to pages with customer content to prevent them from being cached on the server.
- product_data_storage : Stores configuration for product data related to Recently Viewed / Compared Products.
- recently_compared_product : Stores product IDs of recently compared products.
- recently_compared_product_previous : Stores product IDs of previously compared products for easy navigation.
- recently_viewed_product : Stores product IDs of recently viewed products for easy navigation.
- recently_viewed_product_previous :Stores product IDs of recently previously viewed products for easy navigation.
- remember: This cookies won't get set if you don't check the «remember me» box.
- section_data_ids : Stores customer-specific information related to shopper-initiated actions such as display wish list, checkout information, etc.
- store : Tracks the specific store view / locale selected by the shopper.
- XSRF-TOKEN : Cross-Site Request Forgery (CXRF/ XSRF) is an attack that tricks a victim's browser into sending a request to a vulnerable Web application, which then performs an undesired action on behalf of the victim (for example, changing credentials, making an illegal purchase, or performing online financial operation).
- cognito-fl e cognito : These are used to store session information.