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|VisitorID||1 year||It contains a unique ID which you have been given upon your visiting the Website. It is used in connection with statistics.|
|It contains information about the date of your last visit to the Website and is used in connection with statistics.|
|DW_Extranet||1 month||It contains encrypted information about username and password to the extent you are using a log-in function on the Website. his cookie is used to remember you when you return to the Website, so that you won't have to log in again.|
|__utmv. Lifespan||2 years|
This cookie from Google is used for monitoring traffic on our website and tracing which category of visitors you are.
|__utmz. Lifespan||180 days||This cookie from Google is used for monitoring traffic on our website and tracing where the visitor comes from (search engine, keyword, link)|
|__utma. Lifespan||2 years||This cookie from Google is used for monitoring traffic on our website and tracing of each visitor's number of visits, time of the first visit, previous visits and the current visit.|
|__utmb. Lifespan||when browser session is ended|
This cookie is used to trace how long the visitor approximately spends in one web location: when a visit starts and when it approximately ends. If you observe cookie changes (for example by using firecookie), you will see regular changes.
Updated March 24, 2021