Antinitus.com sometimes uses so-called cookies when you visit our website. A cookie is a text file that is stored in the user’s computer.
If you do not want to allow cookies to be stored in your computer, you can prevent this through your browser settings. How this is done is described on the browser’s help pages. But if you choose to prevent the storage of cookies, you will in some cases not be able to use all parts of antinitus.com. Some features and services will not function properly.
What are cookies?
Cookies can be likened to small imprints. A so-called cookie file is saved on your computer when you visit a website. The cookie consists of a small amount of data with information about what you do when you visit the website, The information about what you did during a previous visit is sent by the web server to your browser and can then be retrieved from there in order for your computer to load the correct information faster.
What types of cookies are there?
There are two types of cookies. One type saves a file on your computer for a longer period of time and is used to, for example, tell you as a visitor what is new on the site since you last visited it. After its expiration date, the cookie is deleted automatically when you return to the website that created it. The second type of cookie is called a session cookie and is temporarily stored in your computer’s memory to keep track of what language you have chosen. Session cookies disappear when you close your browser.
Are cookies dangerous?
No, cookies are not dangerous. Cookies are plain text files and cannot contain viruses. The files are small and only a certain number of cookies can be saved in the memory. Hence, there is no risk of the memory becoming full just because you allow cookies.
Can I say no to cookies?
You can disable cookies via the security settings in your browser.
How do I remove my cookies?
See your browser documentation and instructions.