Tells Typo3 whether the visitor has logged into the Typo3 backend and which backend user is being used.
Standard session cookie of TYPO3. In the event of a user login, it saves the entered access data.
Used to display the confirmation status of the cookie notice. No user-related data is stored.
Cookie generated by applications which are based on the PHP language. This is a general identifier, which is used to manage user session variables. It is usually a randomly generated number. The way in which it is used can be specific to the site, but a good example is maintaining a logged-in status for a user between pages.
These cookies make additional functions possible
There are many different types of cookie associated with this name, and it is generally advisable to take a more detailed look at how it is used on a particular website. However, in the majority of cases it will probably be used to store language settings, or possibly to provide content in the stored language. The icc category which is specified here is based on this usage.
This cookie creates an inter-session ID
This is a cookie pattern which appends a unique identifier for a website visitor, which is used for tracking purposes. The cookies in this domain have a 10-year lifespan.
This is a pattern type cookie name which is assigned to the Adobe Marketing Cloud. It stores a unique visitor identifier and uses an organization identifier to allow a business to track users in their domains and services.
The Adobe Site Catalyst cookie determines whether cookies are enabled in the browser.
This cookie helps Adobe Audience Manger to perform basic functions such as visitor identification, ID synchronization, segmentation, modelling, reporting etc.
The Adobe Audience Manager data management platform uses this cookie to record information for synchronizing IDs.
Collects information about user behaviour.
This is one of the four main cookies which are set by the Google Analytics service. It allows website owners to track user behaviour and measure website performance. This cookie has a 2-year lifespan by default, and makes a distinction between users and sessions. It uses data to calculate new and recurring user statistics. The cookie is updated whenever data is sent to Google Analytics. The lifespan of the cookie can be changed by website owners.
This is one of the four main cookies which are set by the Google Analytics service. It allows website owners to track user behaviour and measure website performance. It is not used on the majority of websites, but is configured so that it can interact with the older version of Google Analytics code, known as Urchin. It was used in this older version in conjunction with the __utmb cookie to identify new sessions/visits for returning visitors. When it is used by Google Analytics, it is always a session cookie which is destroyed when the user closes the browser. If it is regarded as a persistent cookie, another technology has probably set the cookie.
This is one of the four main cookies which are set by the Google Analytics service. It allows website owners to track user behaviour based on the performance of the web site. This cookie identifies the source of the data traffic on the website - Google Analytics can inform the website owners where visitors come from when they access the website. The cookie has a 6-month lifespan, and is updated whenever data is sent to Google Analytics.
This cookie is used by Google Analytics. According to its documentation, it is used to slow down the demand rate for the service - to restrict the recording of data on web sites with a high level of data traffic. It expires after 10 minutes.
This is one of the four main cookies which are set by the Google Analytics service. It allows website owners to track user behaviour and measure website performance. This cookie determines new sessions and visits, and expires after 30 minutes. The cookie is updated whenever data is sent to Google Analytics. Each activity performed by a user within the 30-minute lifespan counts as an individual visit, even if the user leaves the web site and subsequently returns to it. If the user returns after 30 minutes, this counts as a new visit by a returning visitor.
This cookie contains information about how the end user uses the website and any advertising that the end user may have seen prior to visiting the website.
This cookie is set by DoubleClick (which is owned by Google) to create a profile of your interests and show you relevant ads on other websites.
Cookies are small text files used by websites to provide a more efficient user experience.
The law allows us to store cookies on your device if they are strictly necessary for the operation of this site. For all other types of cookies we need your permission.
This site uses different types of cookies. Some cookies are placed by third parties that appear on our sites.