Cookies are small files that are stored by a website on your device. They act as a type of long-term memory which allows it to store information for future visits (like logging you in automatically).
All sensitive cookies are stored in an encrypted form so that no one can ever view or tamper with them; so you can rest comfortably in the knowledge that we take the protection of your privacy very seriously.
We use various types of cookies and you can read more about them below.
These cookies are essential to the website’s operation. They include cookies that provide core services and functions, help keep our website secure and help us detect fraud or crime.
|__RequestVerificationToken||Session (deleted when the browser is closed)||Used to help prevent CSRF (Cross-Site Request Forgery) attacks.|
|ASP.NET_SessionId||Session (deleted when the browser is closed)||The unique id that our server assigns to you for the duration of your visit.|
These cookies are used to better understand how users interact with the website and allows us to better cater the website to users’ needs. No personally identifiable information is gathered by these cookies. The information gathered will be used exclusively to improve the website.
|cid||Persistent (expires 30 days after last visit)||A unique identifier used for website analytics.|
|_gid||Persistent||This cookie is set by Google Analytics and allows us to measure information about how visitors use our site. This includes identifying each unique user to our site and details of each page visited. To find out more, go to Google's Safeguarding your data article.|
|_ga||Persistent||This cookie is set by Google Analytics and allows us to measure information about how visitors use our site. This includes identifying each unique user to our site and details of each page visited. To find out more, go to Google's Safeguarding your data article.|
|_gat||Persistent||This cookie is set by Google Analytics and is used to limit the collection of analytics data on high traffic sites.|
Some of the third-party services on this website may also be adding cookies of their own to your device.
Cookies are small text files that are stored on a visitor’s device when browsing some sites. They act as a type of memory for the website like if you've requested to have the site automatically log you in.