How to use cookies by oceancube

A cookie is a small piece of text sent to your browser program from a website that you visit. It facilitates the site to memorize information about your visit, such as your language preference and other settings. Doing so may facilitate your next visit and make the site more useful to you. Cookies play a significant role. Without these, the use of the web would be a much more complicated experience.

You can see a list of the types of cookies, used by Oceancube.The Privacy Statement explains the way in which we protect your privacy in the use of cookies and any other information.


Types of Cookie used by Oceancube

Cookie’s nameCookie’s Function
3 cookies content management system These are the cookies that are created from the content management system, during the visit to the site. They are not used for some purpose
(google analytics)
These cookies are used for information collection about the using way of the website by visitors. These cookies are collecting information anonymously including the visitors number, from which website they have visited us and what pages they visited.
LiveHelpSession This cookie saves the conversation sessions, which the visitor applied for.
Control Panel’s Five Cookies

The first occurs when a visitor enters to the site by using a partner code. This code is stored and if an order takes place within 90 days, the partner is rewarded. It is a permanent cookie.
The second cookie is created only when the detection link is used (Utilities> Link Tracking). Saves the link from which the user visited our website and this link is used during the placement of an order and is helpful to the statistics export on the effectiveness of the links. It is a permanent cookie.
The third is created during your entrance to the system for the automatically entrance to the SMS service. It’s a session cookie.
The fourth cookie is created only when a client uses the installments payment method. It’s a session cookie.
The fifth cookie stores a unique code for each visitor that the system knows the parameters that have to be transferred while you are browsing. It’s a session cookie.

SiteLock Seal’s Seven Cookies Five of them are permanent cookies. The rest are session cookies.