Cookies policy

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Using the website at http://koronea.com requires KORONEA to retrieve and store computer information and access the computer information stored on user terminals with the use of cookie files. The user terminal (e.g. a PC) will save information from KORONEA beyond any user control.

Cookie files are small data files (in the text file format) sent from a www server and saved to user's computer storage device, usually a hard disk drive. The default parameters of cookies allow reading their contents only by the server which has generated them. Cookie files are usually used to support website visitor counters, polls, login-accessed web pages, ads, e-shops, and to monitor the visitor activity.
The cookie information is stored and accessed to adapt the contents of this web site to user needs.
The information stored or access thereto does not modify the configuration of the user terminal or any software installed on that terminal.
The user agrees that KORONEA will store and access the information on the terminal by using the settings of the software installed on that terminal.
The user may define the conditions for storage of and access to that information with the settings of the software installed on the user's terminal.
The conditions for storage of or access to the information are defined or modified with the cookie file handling settings in the web browser.
See the following instruction to disable cookie file handling in two selected web browser.

 

Google Chrome
The default settings for Google Chrome allow the storage of cookies. To change the settings as follows:

  1. click on the "Settings Google Chrome" and select "Settings";
  2. click on the "Show advanced settings" at the bottom of the page;
  3. select "Content Settings" tab "Privacy";
  4. select the desired settings;
  5. to enter special settings for a particular service, please click on the "Manage Exceptions" and choose your own settings for sites;
  6. to confirm the changes, click on the "Done" button. 

IE 7 - 11:

  1. Tools > Internet options
  2. Click the Privacy tab.
  3. Click the Advanced button.
  4. In the Cookie files, select "Override automatic cookie handling".
  5. Select "Accept" or "Prompt" in "First-party cookies".
  6. Select "Accept" or "Prompt" in "Third-party cookies".
Click OK in Internet options to accept and close the window.


IE 6:

  1. Tools > Internet options
  2. Click the Advanced button.
  3. Select "Override automatic cookie handling".
  4. Select "Accept" or "Prompt" in "First-party cookies".
  5. Select "Accept" or "Prompt" in "Third-party cookies".
Click OK in Internet options to accept and close the window.


Mozilla Firefox 3.x (PC):

  1. Tools ==> Options.
  2. Click Privacy.
  3. Select Firefox: use user settings.
  4. Select or deselect "Accept cookies from other websites" to respectively enable or disable cookies.
Accept by clicking OK.


Mozilla Firefox 2.x (PC):

  1. Tools ==> Options.
  2. Click Privacy.
  3. Select "Accept cookies".
Accept by clicking OK.


Mozilla Firefox (Mac):

  1. Go to the Firefox menu.
  2. Click Preferences > Privacy.
  3. Select Firefox: will use user settings.
  4. Select or deselect "Accept cookies from other websites" to respectively enable or disable cookies.

Safari
The default settings of the Safari browser allow you to store cookies. To change the settings as follows:

  1. in the "Safari" menu select "Preferences";
  2. click the "Privacy";
  3. select the desired settings;
  4. to enter special settings for a particular service, please click on the "Details" and choose your own settings for sites
Accept by clicking OK.

 

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