Clicktools uses some cookies in the provision of information on its web site and for the provision of the Services.
The Clicktools application uses session cookies only. Session cookies exist only for the duration of that online session. They disappear from your computer when you close your browser software or turn off your computer. These session cookies containing encrypted or encoded information including your username and session ID. This information allows Clicktools to process your online transactions and requests. Session cookies help us make sure you are who you say you are after you’ve logged in and are required in order to use the Clicktools application. We are especially careful about the security and confidentiality of the information stored in cookies. For example, we do not store account numbers or passwords in cookies. Users who disable their Web browsers’ ability to accept cookies will be able to browse our Website but will not be able to successfully use our service.
Clicktools uses tracking cookies to personalize the presentation of information on its web site. Visitors have the option of refusing these cookies but this will degrade the quality of your browsing.
What do cookies do?
In the simplest terms, cookies are text files that contain information that your browser saves. By themselves, cookies pose no risk since they do not contain things such as viruses or other security-compromising capabilities. They tend to make websites perform faster and more easily by essentially “remembering” who you are (e.g. your IP address, passwords, and preferences such as pages you saw in your last visit).
What can I do to manage cookies?
Depending which browser you use, you will have different steps to configure your cookie settings. Among the various ways to manage cookies, you can choose to clear cookies, prevent cookies, delete cookies, and enable cookies for different circumstances to suit your preferences.
For complete information on how to manage cookies on your computer, please visit www.allaboutcookies.org. This site will help you identify which browser you’re using, if you don’t know, and offer instructions on how to manage it.