WHAT ARE COOKIES?
A cookie is a file that is downloaded to your computer’s hard drive when you access certain web pages or applications. Cookies allow, among other things, to collect statistical information, facilitate certain technical competences, store and retrieve information on browsing habits or preferences of a user or their computer, and depending on the information they contain and how the computer is used, a user can be recognized. Note that cookies cannot damage your computer but instead, those that are activated help us identify and resolve possible errors.
Cookies used on http://www.dian.com are the following:
- Cookies that are strictly necessary such as those that serve for browsing correctly and they ensure that the web page content uploads efficiently.
- JSESSIONID Identifies the user http session. It is common in all web applications to identify user requests in a session. They disappear when the client has completed the session. Domain dian.com
- Third-party cookies such as those used by social networks, or external content ad-ons such as google maps.
- APISID, HSID, SAPISID, SSID, SID – Allow to share content on social networks. Lasts 2 years. Domain google.com /google.es
- NID, PREF These Google Maps cookies record the origin of the user, as well as keywords. A unique prefix is also generated, which is used to count how many times a user visits the site. Lasts six months and two years, respectively. google.com domain
- TESTCOOKIE KHCOOKIE. Ends when you finish the session. Domain google.es
To learn how to disable cookies from your browser, these are the following steps on major browsers:
Internet Explorer: Tools → Internet Options → Privacy → Settings.
For more information, consult Microsoft support or Browser Instructions
Firefox: Tools → Options → Privacy → History →Custom Settings
For more information, consult Mozilla support or Browser Instructions.
Chrome: Settings → Show advanced settings → Privacy → Content settings.
For more information, consult Google support or Browser Instructions.
Safari: Preferences → Security.
For more information, consult Apple support or Browser Instructions