A computer "cookie" is formally known as an HTTP cookie, a web cookie, an Internet cookie or a browser cookie. This term is used for a packet of data that a computer receives and then sends back without changing or altering it.
A computer cookie consists of information. When you visit a website, the website sends the cookie to your computer. Your computer stores it in a file located inside your web browser. So they allow our website to recognize your device (but not you personally) and remember if you have been to our website before. Cookies are an industry standard used by most major web sites; when you visit our website, we may collect information from you automatically through cookies or similar technology.
These are essential to our website functionality; For example, these include the cookies that make it possible for you to stay logged into your account and make comments on our website. If you set your browser to block these cookies, then these functions and services will not work for you.
Usually, cookies cannot transfer viruses or malware to your computer. The data in a cookie doesn't change when it travels back and forth, so there is has no way to affect how your computer runs.
However, it may depend on the web browser you use. For more information, please visit the following links:
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Please note that when you refuse to use and store cookies on your computer, you will be able to browse our website, but some options or functions may not work properly.