Cookies can perform many functions and are mainly used to measure the traffic of a website to all or only specific subpages. Indicatively, the number of visitors can be recorded live or per hour of the day, their geographical origin, the operating system and the resolution of their computer screen, the page from which they came (via search engine, link from another page or directly login), the keyword used in the search engine etc. Other cookies may remember, for the convenience of the user, the choice of language or the results of his search on a web page. Still others can record the user's failed login attempts to require (the web pages), after a certain number of failed login attempts, the further cross-referencing of his / her data, for example by entering an additional code, which is sent to him by sms on his mobile phone.
Session cookies allow users to identify themselves when browsing a web page so that their various options are memorized and transferred from page to page. The most common example of this feature is the shopping cart in online stores. When you add products to your cart, the session cookie memorizes your selections so that the products you have selected are there when you are ready to order. Without the session cookie the page would not remember exactly what products you added to your cart so that when you clicked "buy" your cart was empty.
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Last modified document: July 2019