WHAT IS A COOKIECookies are small text files that are stored on a computer or mobile device when using the Websites and My Account. Each cookie is unique to each account or browser.
uaVPS uses both session and persistent cookies. Session cookies are created only while your internet browser is open and are automatically deleted when it is closed. Persistent cookies are created for the period until they are self-deleting or expiration of the period specified in such cookies.
Some cookies are associated with your account and allow you to secure your authorization. Other Cookies are not associated with an account, but being unique, they allow you to save settings, interface elements, preferences, choices.
Cookie allows you to use all the features of the Websites and Personal Account.
Cookies also vary by use. uaVPS uses several such cookies.
|If you have entered your credentials on the Site, Cookies allow you to save the ability to switch from one page to another while maintaining access to protected areas. Without these files, the site may not work correctly.
|Such cookies in particular allow defaulting behavior and the use of bots.
|Cookies store information about your language, form filling, system status.
|Cookies can be used to implement marketing campaigns (for example, advertising) and analyze its effectiveness. Cookies can also be used in mailing lists to analyze opening, reading letters, clicking on links in them. If you live in Europe, then you can turn off advertising for some advertising systems, for example, using services http://www.aboutads.info/choices/, http://www.youronlinechoices.eu/
|Improved stability, analytics and development
|Cookies that help collect and analyze information about how users interact with the Site and My Kaspersky Account. It is not identifiable.
Settings for each browser are contained in the documentation.
Settings for the most popular browsers are listed by links.
uaVPS does not bear any responsibility if it is impossible to use the uaVPS Services due to the restriction of the use of cookie technology.