Cookies policy

This website uses cookies in order to improve your user experience. By using this website, you agree to the use of cookies. Please read myCert`s Cookie Policy.

Cookies on myCert’s website

Last updated: 14.12.2016

myCert confirms that the usage of your data should be clear and transparent to you. For this reason, the Cookie Policy provides you with detailed information on how and when we use cookies.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small files that are stored on your data medium and save specific settings and data for exchange with our system via your browser. There are two different types of cookies, the so-called session cookies which are deleted once you close your browser, and the temporary/permanent cookies which are stored on your data medium for a longer or unlimited period of time. This storage helps us to customize our websites and services accordingly and make it easier for you to use. For example, by saving your specific entry data, you do not have to re-enter them every time you visit the page.

Which types of cookies are used and when does myCert use them?

On our website, we use persistent cookies for log in. They allow us to identify you as an existing member.

What are cookies used for?

Cookies enable a wide range of functions, e.g. cookies identify you when you visit myCert. They save your preferences and allow for an individual user experience, based on your settings. Cookies allow you to work more quickly with myCert and make it more secure.

The table below lists further information on how we use cookies:

Field of application

Description

Authentication

If you are logged into myCert, cookies help us to present you with the right information and to customize your user experience.

Security

We use cookies in order to support and activate our security features, and to detect harmful activities as well as violations of our user agreement.

Preferences, functions and services

Cookies inform us about your preferred language and your communication preferences. They also make completing forms simpler at myCert.

Performance, analytics and research

Cookies help us to identify our website’s success in different locations. We also use cookies to understand, improve and analyze products, functions and services, e.g. when you access myCert from other websites, applications or devices such as your office computer or your mobile device.

 

Which third-party cookies does myCert use?

 

Performance Cookies

__sreff – Lifetime: Session– Role: Counts the number of pages visited and the time spent on the site.

__uvt – Lifetime: 1 year – Role: Persistent type cookie used for Google Webmasters Tools.
_gaos, _gaost – Lifetime: 2 years – Role: Provides the visit source on the site - partner sites, links, blogs, emails, etc.
ok_vi – Lifetime: 7 days – Role: Used for anonymous collected information related to the users accessing the site.
testab[fuzzy_search], testab[poz_filtre_active], trck – Lifetime: 10 days – Role: It is used to analyze visitors statistically, aggregately, anonymously and perform A / B & multi-variant tests

__utma – Google Analytics – Lifetime: 2 years – Role: Keep anonymous information about user interaction with the site (example: time and date of interaction with various marketing materials or pages that brought the user to the site).
__utmb – Google Analytics – Lifetime: 30 minutes – Role: Keep anonymous information about user interaction with the site (example: time and date of interaction with various marketing materials or pages that brought the user to the site).
__utmc – Google Analytics – Lifetime: Session – Role: Keep anonymous information about user interaction with the site (example: time and date of interaction with various marketing materials or pages that brought the user to the site).

__utmv – Google Analytics – Lifetime: 2 years – Role: It contains anonymous information about visitors in order to segment them.

__utmz – Google Analytics – Lifetime: 6 months – Role: Keep anonymous information about user interaction with the site (example: time and date of interaction with various marketing materials or pages that brought the user to the site).
_ga – Google Analytics – Lifetime: 2 years – Role: Keep anonymous information about user interaction with the site (example: time and date of interaction with various marketing materials or pages that brought the user to the site).
_gat – Google Analytics – Lifetime: 10 minutes – Role: Keep anonymous information about user interaction with the site (example: time and date of interaction with various marketing materials or pages that brought the user to the site).

__cfduid – Inspectlet.com –  Lifetime: 1 year – Role: Collects information about how users interact with the site interface.
__insp_norec_sess, __insp_nv, __insp_ref, __insp_slim, __insp_wid – Inspectlet.com – Lifetime: 1 year – Role: Collects information about how users interact with the site interface.

 

Functionality Cookies

vnr – Lifetime: Session – Role: It counts the number of views for a product.
user_monitor – Lifetime: 4 months – Role: Saves the current step in the command flow through the shopping cart.

 

Advertising Cookies

S – Adwords – Lifetime: Session – Role: It is used to count conversion sources.
__gads – Doubleclick.net  – Lifetime: 2 years – Role: Used to display banners relevant to visitors within the site.

id – Doubleclick.net – Lifetime: 2 years – Role: Used to display relevant ads to visitors through AdServer.

APISID, HSID, PREF, SAPISID, SID, SSID – Google.com – Lifetime: 2 years – Role: Retrieve information about user interactions with Google services such as Google Maps, Google Calendar, Google+, etc.

NID – Google.com – Lifetime: 6 months – Role: Retrieve information about user interactions with Google services such as Google Maps, Google Calendar, Google+, etc.

act, c_user, datr, locale, lu, p, wd, xs, presence, x-src, x-referer, xs, _e_undefined_2 , a11y, sb, fr, tr - Facebook Pixel - Lifetime: - 3 years - Role: Track user behavior, which enables us to send you relevant, targeted advertising on Facebook. It’s a tracking pixel that collects information about a user, which is used to build and optimize target audiences for Facebook ads. Also, if you have a Facebook account, these cookies will allow you to share content on the website with your Facebook contacts. You will be also able to tell if you or your Facebook friends 'Liked' any content on the website in the past. The cookies will also send some non personal data to Facebook to gather aggregate information on how people interact with websites that use the Like button.