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COOKIES ON WWW.ANNUAL-REPORT.KONGSBERG.COM
KONGSBERG uses several cookies, that enable the user to experience the information provided in the best way, and to help us maximize the user-friendliness of our web. Additional cookies from third parties may occur, for example enabling streaming of YouTube movies, PDF readers, Adobe Flash functionalities etc.
By using the KONGSBERG website, you approve that we can set cookies in your browser. Note, cookies can always be deleted and or disabled. Please refer to your browser's help file to determine the browser's settings.
Be aware of the following, several webpages will not have optimal functionality if cookies are deleted or blocked in settings.
KONGSBERG IS USING THE FOLLOWING COOKIES
- ARRAffinity - Assign unique identifier to ensure that users requests are handles by same server behind load balancer (a.k.a. sticky session)
- .AspNet.Cookies - Stores identity of currently logged in users (applies only to logged in users)
- _cfduid - Generated by Cloudflare and used to identify individual clients behind a shared IP address and apply security settings on a per-client basis
- _epiXSRF - Prevents Cross Site Request Forgery attacks
- ai_user - unique indentifier used by AppInsight to store user context in order to help diagnosing issues
- ai_session - used by AppInsight to store user session context in order to help diagnosing issues
Marketing, analytics and advertising
- __utma - Used to track of the number of times a visitor has visited a site, when their first visit was, and when their last visit occurred.
- __utmb, __utmc - The B and C cookies are working together to calculate how long a visit takes. __utmb takes a timestamp of the exact moment in time when a visitor enters a site, while __utmc takes a timestamp of the exact moment in time when a visitor leaves a site.
Information collected is used in the following ways:
- Information is collected and stored in order to assist us in fulfilling your requests for information, and providing you with the publications you need.
- We do not sell any of the information we receive.
Please note, that our website may contain links to other, non-KONGSBERG websites. KONGSBERG is not responsible for the privacy practices of other such sites.
KONGSBERG appreciates your visit to our website and your interest in our products.
We want you to feel secure visiting our site, and we assure you that your personal information is safe with us.