NT-ware Systemprogrammierungs-GmbH (“NT-ware”) Cookie Information
What are Cookies?
To make full use of the content and personalized features on www.nt-ware.com or any other of our websites, your computer, tablet or mobile phone will need to accept cookies (and often does so by default), as we can only provide you with certain personalized features on these websites by using them.
Please note that the cookies we use cannot harm your computer. NT-ware does not store personally identifiable information such as such as your name, address or payment details in the cookies we use, but we do use encrypted information gathered from cookies to help us to improve your experience of our websites. For example, they help us to identify and resolve errors, or to determine the related products to show you when you are browsing our sites.
However, if you would prefer to restrict, block or delete cookies from www.nt-ware.com or any other of our websites you can use your browser to do this. Each browser is different, so check the 'Help' menu of your particular browser (or your mobile phone’s user manual) to change your cookie preferences.
Cookies we use with www.nt-ware.com and some other Websites
“_pk_id”, “_pk_ses” and “_pk_ref” are cookies to track visitors of our websites. These ones are stored until end of session
Cookies we use with https://web.nt-ware.net/partner/
“fe_typo_user” is an authentication cookie which stores the authentication token for a given user, so that the user does not have to login with each request and is stored for 60 minutes
Cookies we are using with our uniFLOW Online Service
- “FedAuth”, “FedAuth1” and “FedAuth2” are authentication cookies which store the authentication tokens for a given user, so that the user does not have to login with each request and are stored until end of session
- “tenant” – stores the tenant serial number if one is provided as URL parameter, until end of session
- “trainingid” – stores the id for a temporary object used in the identity training process, when the user wants to train another Primary identity to his account; is stored for 10 minutes
- “failedLogin” – stores the information that the previous login failed. This is used to activate the identity training mode if the failed login was from a known and enabled identity provider
- “LastProvider” – stores information of the chosen provider by the user. This is stored if the user clicks on “Remember my choice”. This will be remembered for 10 days
- “RT” – is used by the SOASTA mPulse tracker. SOASTA mPulse monitors activity on the website, provides usage data that helps us to optimize the user experience and is stored for 7 days
This policy has been updated as of 27.01.2017
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