When you visit a Website, the Website’s web server sends a cookie to your computer. Cookies are files that web browsers place on a computer's hard drive and are used to tell us whether clients and visitors have visited the Website previously. Standing alone, cookies do not identify you personally. They merely recognize your browser. Unless you choose to identify yourself to Veson, you remain anonymous to Veson.
There are two types of cookies: session and persistent. Session cookies exist only during an online session. They disappear from your computer when you close your browser software or turn off your computer. Persistent cookies remain on your computer after you have closed your browser or turned off your computer. They include such information as a unique identifier for your browser.
Veson uses session cookies containing encrypted information to allow the system to uniquely identify you while you are logged in. This information allows Veson to process your online transactions and requests. Session cookies are required in order to use a Service to help us verify your identity and that you are a registered user. Veson uses persistent cookies that only Veson can read and use to identify whether you are a Veson client or prior Website visitor. We are careful about the security and confidentiality of the information stored in persistent cookies. For example, we do not store account numbers or passwords in persistent cookies.
Users who disable their Web browser’s ability to accept cookies may be able to browse certain pages of a Website but generally will not be able to use the Services.