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|Cookie Name||cookies provider||Purpose||More info||Type of Cookies (Temporary - Permanent)||Duration|
|Cookies n th the caller's name Ata the beginning of _ ut * and _ ga , _ gid , _ gat , AMP_TOKEN, _ga_ exp , _ gac _ *.||Google Analytics, Google AdWords, Google DoubleClick, Google Optimize||These are web analytics cookies provided by Google Inc. They are used to collect information about the use of the website by visitors. We use this information to extract statistics and data that will help us improve our website. Also these cookies may be used to offer a desired and personalized advertising experience to each user.||If you do not want Google to collect this information, you can use the opt-out plugin. It works on most browsers.||Permanent a||_ gid - 24 hours
_ ga - 730 days
|_ fbp , fr||Facebook pixel||Facebook automatically sets this cookie.||https://www.facebook.com/business/help/471978536642445?id=1205376682832142||Permanent a||90 days|
|xwidth , xheight||system cookie||Detects the client's screen size. Used for the best customer experience||Temporary ( session )||They remain on the device until you leave the Website|
|was_visit||system detection||Detects if it is new or a returning user||Permanent a||365 days|
|cookieNotice||Um experience user||Locates whether the visitor agreed to the cookies or not. If he did not agree, he displays a message about the cookies, so that the customer agrees to appear||Permanent a||365 days|
|_ csrf||Prevention input firing||Fraudulent requests, also known as one-click attacks (CSRF or XSRF), are a type of malicious exploitation of a website where unauthorized commands are transmitted by a user trusted by the web application. This cookie is about preventing such an intrusion.||Temporary ( session )||They remain on the device until you leave the Website|
|tlSID||Session ID||Required cookies, php session ID, Gives the user a unique number each time he enters the website||Temporary ( session )||They remain on the device until you leave the Website|