What are cookies on the website and how does it work?


Cookies (also called web cookies, Internet cookies, browser cookies, or simply cookies) are small blocks of data created by a web server while a user is browsing a website and placed on the user’s computer or

another device by the user’s web browser.

Cookies are placed on the device used to access a website, and more than one cookie may be placed on a user’s device during a session.

Web servers commonly use authentication cookies to authenticate that a user is logged in,

and with which account they are logged in.

Without the cookie, users would need to authenticate themselves by logging in on each page

containing sensitive information that they wish to access.

Cookies can be an optional part of your internet experience. If you so choose, you can limit what cookies end up on your computer or mobile device.

If you allow cookies, it will streamline your surfing. For some users, no cookies security risk is more important than a convenient internet experience.

Cookies can track any kind of data about users, such as search and browser history, what websites they previously visited,

what they googled earlier, their IP addresses, their on-site behavior such as scrolling speed, where they clicked, and where their mouse hovered.

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