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Cookie Policy

Exigo Website Cookie Policy

Version 2.0

Updated June 2019

When you use our website

When you use our website to browse our products and services and view the information we make available, a number of cookies are used by us and by third parties to allow the website to function, to collect useful information about visitors and to help to make your user experience better.

Some of the cookies we use are strictly necessary for our website to function, and we don’t ask for your consent to place these on your computer. These cookies are shown below.

Cookie Name Purpose Further Information




Google analytics cookie

This is used to collect information about how visitors use the Sites. The cookies collect information anonymously, including the number of visitors to the Sites, where visitors have come to the Sites from and the pages they have visited. We use this information to compile reports and to help us improve the Sites.




Google tracking cookies
IP_JAR Google advertising cookie used for user tracking and ad targeting purposes


PHPSESSID Strictly Necessary Cookie generated by applications based on the PHP language. This is a general purpose identifier used to maintain user session variables. It is normally a random generated number, how it is used can be specific to the site, but a good example is maintaining a logged-in status for a user between pages.


SID Strictly Necessary This is a very common cookie name, but where it is found as a session cookie it is likely to be used as for session state management.




Strictly Necessary Used on sites built with WordPress. Tests whether or not the browser has cookies enabled



How to disable cookies by configuring the most common browsers

1. Open Chrome Browser
2. Click on the browser toolbar menu next to the URL window
3. Select Settings
4. Click Show Advanced Settings
5. In the “Privacy” section, click “Content Settings“
6. In the “Cookies” section you can change the following cookie settings:
a. Allow local data storage
b. Edit local data only until the browser is closed
c. Do not allow sites to set cookies
d. Block third party cookies and site data
e. Manage exceptions for some internet sites
f. Delete one or all cookies

Mozilla Firefox:
1. Open Mozilla Firefox
2. Click on the browser toolbar menu next to the URL window
3. Select Options
4. Select the Privacy panel
5. Click Show Advanced Settings
6. In the “Privacy” section, click “Content Settings“
7. In the “Tracking” section you can edit the following cookie settings:
a. Request sites to avoid any tracking
b. Notify sites of the willingness to be tracked
c. Do not communicate any preference regarding personal information tracking
8. In the “Chronology” you can:
a. Enable “Use custom settings” and select accept third party cookies (always, by most visited websites or never) and save these cookies for a specified time period (until expiry, until Firefox is closed, ask every time)
b. Remove single stored cookies

Internet Explorer:
1. Open your Internet Explorer browser
2. Click Tools and select Internet Options
3. Click on the Privacy tab and change the slider in the Settings section according to the desired cookie action:
a. Block all cookies
b. Allow all cookies
c. Select the sites from which you want to get cookies: move the cursor to an intermediate position so as not to block or allow all cookies, then click on websites, add the website address in the box and then click on Block or Allow

1. Open Safari Browser
2. Click Safari, select Preferences and click Privacy
3. in the Block Cookies section, specify how Safari should accept other website cookies.
4. To view which sites saved cookies, click Details

1. Open the Opera browser
2. Click Preferences and then click Advanced, and then click Cookies
3. Select one of the following options:
a. Accept all cookies
b. Accept cookies only from the site I visit: third-party cookies sent from a domain different from the one being visited will be refused
c. Never accept cookies: all cookies will never be saved