What are Cookies?
A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers downloaded on to your computer when you access certain websites. Like virtual door keys, cookies unlock a computer's memory and allow a website to recognise users when they return to a site by opening doors to different content or services. Like a key, a cookie itself does not contain information, but when it is read by a browser it can help a website improve the service delivered.
Cookies we use
'_ga', '_gali', '_gat', '_gid'
'laravel_session', 'statamic_session', 'XSRF-TOKEN'
Laravel cookies are essential for your website experience. Sessions provide a way to store information about the user across requests. Laravel ships with a variety of session back-ends available for use through a clean, unified API. These session cookies enhance your application experience. CSRF tokens are used to prevent CSRF attacks by making it impossible for an attacker to construct a fully valid HTTP request suitable for feeding to a victim user. Since the attacker cannot determine or predict the value of a user's CSRF token, they cannot construct a request with all the parameters that are necessary for the application to honor the request.
'__hs_opt_out', '__hs_do_not_track', '__hs_initial_opt_in', '__cfruid'
'__hstc', 'hubspotutk', '__hssc', '__hssrc'
HubSpot's tracking code sets a number of tracking cookies when a visitor lands on your website. These cookies fall into two general categories: Essential/necessary cookies: essential cookies which do not require consent. Consent banner cookies: non-essential cookies controlled by the consent banner.
Most browsers allow control over cookies through the browser settings. If you would like further information on how to control your cookies please visit: ICO Cookies.
If you would like to opt out being tracked by Google Analytics please visit: Google Analytics Opt-out