Cookie policy

Cookies definition and function

A cookie is a file that is downloaded and stored in your computer when you access certain webpages. Cookies allow a webpage, among other things, to store and retrieve information about the user's browsing habits or about his computer and, depending on the information they contain and the way in which the system is utilised, cookies can be used to recognise the user. Cookies are essential for the smooth functioning of the internet, providing countless advantages such as allowing interactive services and facilitating the navigation and usability of our website.

Which types of cookies does this website use?

This website uses its own and third-party Cookies to collect information in order to improve our services, to show you advertising related to your preferences and to analyse your browsing habits. If you continue to use this service, we shall consider that you accept our cookie policy. The user may configure his browser to prevent cookies from being installed on his hard drive, but he should bear in mind that this action may cause difficulties when browsing the website.

Own cookies

  • PHPSESSID: It expires at the end of every session. This cookie is used by the encryption language PHP to allow SESSION variables to be stored on the web server. This cookie is essential for the smooth running of the website.
  • cb-enabled: 1 year. It helps us to know if the visitor has accepted the use of Cookies by pressing the button "Accept COOKIES" visible at the bottom of the web page whenever it is accessed. It does not include personally identifiable information and allows the Cookies bar to remain hidden during the period established by the expiration date of the Cookie.
  • track-visit: 2 days. It provides internal monitoring of the visit (its source and origin) and of the internal conversion parameters. This is how we link those companies that wish to use our comparison service with their specific visit to our website.

Third-party cookies

  • NID: 6 months. These cookies are used by Google to store the user preferences and the information shown during the display of those pages that use Google maps. Provided by Google.
  • PREF: 2 years. These cookies are used by Google to store the user preferences and the information shown during the display of those pages that use Google maps. Provided by Google.
  • OGPC: 1 month. These cookies are used by Google to store the user preferences and the information shown during the display of those pages that use Google maps. Provided by Google.
  • Khcookie: Logging out. These cookies are used by Google to store the user preferences and the information shown during the display of those pages that use Google maps. Provided by Google.
  • APISID HSID, NID, PREF, SAPISID, SID, SSID: 6 months. These cookies are used by Google to store the user preferences and the information shown during the display of those pages that use Google maps. Provided by Google.
  • uuid, ts, mt_mop: Used by Google Adsense to enable the display of advertising relevant to visitors. It does not include personally identifiable information. Provided by Google.
  • _ga: 2 years. It is used to distinguish users. Provided by Google.
  • _gat: 10 minutes. It is used to limit the percentage of requests. Provided by Google.
  • _gid: 24 hours. It is used to distinguish users. Provided by Google.
  • __utma: 2 years from setup/update. It is used to differentiate users and sessions. The cookie is created when you run the JavaScript library and there is no cookie. Provided by Google.
  • __utmt: 10 minutes. it is used to limit the percentage of requests. Provided by Google.
  • __utmb: 30 minutes from set/update. Used to determine new sessions or visits. The cookie is created when you run the JavaScript library and there is no __utmb cookie . This cookie is refreshed every time data is sent to Google. Provided by Google.
  • __utmc: End of browser session. Not used in ga.js. It is configured to interact with urchin.js. Previously, this cookie acted together with the __utmb cookie to determine if the user was in a new session or visit. Provided by Google.
  • __utmz: Six months from setup/update. Stores the source of traffic or the process that explains how the user arrives to the site. This cookie is created when you run the JavaScript library and it's updated every time data is sent to Google. Provided by Google.
  • __umtv: 2 years from set/update. Used to store data in custom visitor variables. This cookie is created when a programmer uses the method _setCustomVar with a customised variable for each visitor. It was also used for the obsolete _setVar method. The cookie is refreshed every time data is sent to Google. Provided by Google.
  • __cfduid: 5 years. This cookie is set by CloudFlare to identify real Web traffic. It does not correspond with the user id on SoftDoit website, nor does it include personally identifiable information. Provided by CloudFlare.
  • intercom-id: 1 year. It is used to identify the visitor in the Help Chat system on the Web. Provided by Intercom.
  • _hjIncludedInSample: 1 year. It is used to know if screen tracking has been registered. Provided by Hotjar.

In addition, SoftDoit S.L. informs the user that they can configure their browser to be notified about the instalation of cookies, and may, if they wish, prevent their instalation on their hard drive. Use the following links to access your browser preference configuration.

 
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