What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files located in the browser's directory of your computer or mobile device. When you visit a website, it can send information back to the browser, which then creates the cookie. Each time you visit the same website, it can access the information stored in the cookie. Cookies are not only created by the website you visit, but they can also be created by other websites that run ads, videos or other content that you view.
No personally identifiable information is stored in any Abarsys cookie.
What are cookies for?
- Help the website to remember the preferences of each user.
- Help improve functionality, such as searching, shopping carts or videos.
- Help analyze the website performance.
Some cookies are essential to allow the website to work properly. Abarsys does not use any essential cookies.
Functional cookies allow a website to provide additional services by remembering your preferences and settings. Abarsys uses two cookies called '_abarsysweb_session' and '_abarsysweb_cookie_policy'. We use them respectively to store the selected language and to track if you have chosen to hide the cookie notification at the bottom of the browser window.
Functional cookies can also be configured by third parties if you view their content on our website. Abarsys has no control over the content of these cookies.
Performance cookies allow analytical monitoring of the website. It is very beneficial for us to know how many visitors we receive, where they are from, which are the most popular pages and what time of day has the least number of visitors (so we know the best time to perform maintenance tasks).
Abarsys uses a third-party service to track our analytics. Examples of the cookies used are _unta, _untb, _umtc and _umtz.
Third-party advertisers often place cookies to help make the ads and offers more interesting to you. Abarsys does not have direct third-party advertising on its website.
You have the option of configuring your browser so that you are informed of the reception of cookies, and may, if you wish, prevent them from being installed on your hard drive. Here we provide the links for various browsers, so that you can set such configuration: