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gl_session (session cookie) Expires on browser close
bb2_screener_ Bad Behaviour module to recognise spam attempts
wsg_pages Expires on browser close
wsg_referrer Expires on browser close
   
Third Part Cookies
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bb2_screener_ : This cookie is solely used for the security of the website and is not used for marketing purposes. The cookie, which expires at the end of your browser session, records your IP address and the time of your most recent visit. It is used to determine whether a request comes from a spammer who is rotating through different IP addresses. In order to ensure your security, our pages perform so-called "token checks", making it extremely difficult for automated software ("bots") to send unsolicited messages ("spam") to this site. If you opt out of this site's cookie, then this site is unlikely to work properly. This is a technical limitation which cannot be overcome

gl_session : Name of the cookie that stores the session ID. Also called a transient cookie, a cookie that is erased when the user closes the Web browser. The session cookie is stored in temporary memory and is not retained after the browser is closed. Session cookies do not collect information from the user’s computer. If you opt out of this site's cookie, then this site is unlikely to work properly. This is a technical limitation which cannot be overcome

wsg_pages / wsg_referrer: Part of W3 Counter, which provides website statistics.

Even though most of the browsers currently being used automatically accept cookies, the User has the option to configure his/her browser to block the downloading of cookies at any time and also to delete already-downloaded cookies from their navigation device.
Nonetheless, blocking cookies can slow down your browsing or prevent you accessing certain sections of the site. Deleting cookies already received will result in the deletion of the favourites saved and managed by those cookies.

Disable, Enable Cookies in Internet Explorer

Open Internet Explorer and click the Tools button. Next click Internet Options and select the Privacy tab. Under Settings, move the slider to the top to block all cookies or to the bottom to allow all cookies, and then click Apply.

As you move the slider up or down, you will see a description of the types of cookies that will be blocked or allowed by Internet Explorer at that privacy level.

Starting from the top you will see the following options:

Block all Cookies from all websites. Block all Cookies from websites that do not have a compact privacy policy
Block all cookies from websites that do not have a compact privacy policy. Block cookies that save information that can be used to contact you without your explicit consent
Block third-party cookies that do not have a compact privacy policy. Block third-party cookies that save information that can be used to contact you without your explicit consent. Blocks firstly-partly cookies that save information that can be used to contact you without your implicit consent.
Block third-party cookies that do not have a compact privacy policy. Block third-party cookies that save information that can be used to contact you without your explicit consent. Restricts firstly-partly cookies that save information that can be used to contact you without your implicit consent. This is the default setting.
Block third-party cookies that do not have a compact privacy policy. Restricts third-party cookies that save information that can be used to contact you without your implicit consent.
Saves cookies from any website. Cookies that are already on this computer can be read by the websites that created them.
Select the level of security you want. For most, the Default option is the best.

Allow or block Cookies in Microsoft Edge

If when you try to log in to your Microsoft Account or any other online account on the web, your browser should be set to allow Internet Cookies – which is the default setting in any case. A Cookie is a small snippet of information sent from a web server to a user’s browser, which then stores it.

But it may happen that you see the following message when you try to sign in to any Microsoft website using Microsoft Edge web browser:

Cookies must be allowed. Your browser is currently set to block cookies. Your browser must allow cookies before you can use a Microsoft account. Cookies are small text files stored on your computer that tell Microsoft sites and services when you’re signed in. To learn how to allow cookies, see online help in your web browser.

Microsoft Edge is blocking Cookies
If you see this message, you may have to configure your Edge browser settings and allow it to allow Cookies. Let us see how you can make Microsoft allow or block Cookies. Websites store cookies on your system so that your browsing can be enhanced in various ways for better surfing experience.

Allow or block Cookies in Microsoft Edge
To allow or block Cookies on Microsoft Edge on Windows 10, do the following:

Open Edge browser
Click on the 3-dotted ‘More’ link to open its Settings
Scroll down and click on View Advanced Settings.
Again scroll down till you see the setting for Cookies.
When here, from the 3 options, select one.
The available options are:

1. Block all Cookies
2. Block only third party cookies
3. Don’t block cookies.

To allow all Cookies, ensure that Don’t block cookies is selected, and restart Microsoft Edge.

Disable, Enable Cookies in Chrome

To disable or enable Cookies on Chrome, click the Tools button > Settings. Towards the end of this page, you will see Show Advanced Settings link. Click on it.

Under Privacy, click on the Content Settings button. Here you can select the options you feel are best suited for you. You can click on the images to see the larger versions.

Disable, Enable Cookies in Firefox
In Firefox, open Settings > Options > Privacy tab.

Under History, from the drop-down menu, select Use custom settings for history. You can now select the Cookies options you want.

Disable, Enable Cookies in Opera
In Opera, open settings > Privacy & Security.

 

Block or disable Third-party, Tracking & Session cookies
Using these option, you can set your browser to block or allow Cookies on your Windows PC and even choose to block or disable Third-party, Tracking & Session cookies.

 

Alternatively, or if you are using a different browser than those listed above, use the instructions here - All About Cookies

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