What are cookies?

A cookie is a file downloaded to your computer when you access certain webpages. Cookes allow a webpage, among other things, to store and retrieve information about the navigation preferences of a user or their equipment.

Ezentis uses cookies at its web portal www.ezentis.com to store user preferences to improve the quality of our services, ensure the technical functioning of the portal as well as the transactions conducted, and to develop new and better features. If cookies are deactivated or rejected, it could happen that some of the functionality and/or services will not operate correctly.

Which cookies do we use?

SiteDomainNamePurposeExpiry
ezentis.comaddthis.combt2AddThis performance policy: Enables content for sharing and compiles of how the content of the web is shared
ezentis.comaddthis.comdi2
ezentis.comaddthis.comloc1 year and 1 month
ezentis.comaddthis.commus1 year and 25 days
ezentis.comaddthis.comuid1 year and 25 days
ezentis.comaddthis.comuvc1 year and 1 month
ezentis.comaddthis.comvc
ezentis.comaddthis.comxtc
ezentis.comadns.comsessOffers advertising and stores data, such as, for instance which advertisements you have seen, how often, and how long ago this was1 day
ezentis.comadns.comuuid23 months
ezentis.comadsrvr.orgtdcpmAdvertising1 year
ezentis.comadsrvr.orgtdidAdvertising1 year
ezentis.combluekai.combkdcObtains information (neither personal nor sensitive) about user navigation to serve them advertising consistent with their habits6 months
ezentis.combluekai.combku6 months
ezentis.comcrwdcntrl.net_cc_aud8 months y 25 days
ezentis.comcrwdcntrl.net_cc_cc
ezentis.comcrwdcntrl.net_cc_dc
ezentis.comcrwdcntrl.net_cc_id
ezentis.comdoubleclick.netIDEThese cookies are used to assess how effective online marketing1 year y 25 days
ezentis.comdoubleclick.nettest_cookie
ezentis.comezentis.com_utmaEnable Google Analytics. Allows compilation and analysis of information about visitors: frequency of browser use, number of new visitors, responses to marketing activities and navigation times. Helps to improve the web and the browsing experience, as well as adapting marketing campaigns2 yeats
ezentis.comezentis.com_utmb30 minutes
ezentis.comezentis.com_utmcEnd of session
ezentis.comezentis.com_utmt10 minutes
ezentis.comezentis.com_utmv0 seconds
6 months
ezentis.comwww.ezentis.com_atrfsEnable content for sharing on social networks and compilation of how the content of the web is shared
ezentis.comwww.ezentis.com_atuvc1 year
ezentis.comwww.ezentis.com_atuvs30 minutes
ezentis.comwww.ezentis.comqtrans_front_languageStores language preferences1 year
ezentis.comgoogle.comNIDContains a unique ID used by Google to record user preferences6 months
ezentis.comwww.infobolsa.esi18next1 year
ezentis.comwww.infobolsa.esinfobolsasidEnd of session
ezentis.commathtag.comuuidCompiles data about the user's visits to the web, such as which pages were loaded.1 year y 1 month
ezentis.commathtag.comuuidc1 year y 1 month
ezentis.comtidaltv.comsync-hisThis information is used for targeted advertising. Adapt and personalise the contents and services offered by the web. Segment and monitor the viewing frequency of the advertisements. Collect data on browsing, user activity, preferences, user habits and profile, to display customised advertising as determined by the same1 year
ezentis.comtidaltv.comtidal__ttid1 year
ezentis.comtribalfusion.comANON_IDAssigns a unique number to website browsers so they can be recognised if necessary3 months
ezentis.comyahoo.comBShows specific content to each user as determined by their browsing habits1 year

How can i disable cookies in common browsers?

It is normally possible to stop accepting cookies in your browser, or the cookies of a particular service. All modern browsers allow cookies to be configured. These adjustments are normally found in the 'Options' or 'Preferences' menu of their browser. Although this may vary slightly from one version of a browser to another, configuring the cookie policy for the most widely-used browsers is as follows:

  • Internet Explorer: Tools -> Internet options -> Privacy-> Settings.
  • Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> History -> CPersonal settings.
  • Chrome: Settings -> Show advanced options -> Privacy -> Configuration of content.
  • Safari: Preferences -> Security.

For further information, you can consult the support or help of your browser.