Cookie Policy

Ifolor Oy, Kerava (Finland)

Cookies are small data files that are placed on your device’s web browser when you visit a website. Similarly, Flash Local Shared Objects (LSOs) are small files that are placed on your device, and they perform functions similar to cookies. Cookies and LSOs support the functions associated with our services by storing information that you enter on our website during your browser session or when going through our check-out process. They are also used to store certain user settings you have defined. In addition, they help us to analyse how our services are used, allowing us to design them to be as practical an efficient to use as possible.

We use both session-specific and permanent cookies. Cookies from our partners and affiliates are also used on the website.

Session-specific cookies are valid only for the duration of your visit to the Ifolor website, which means that they will be automatically removed when you close your browser.

Permanent cookies will persist on your computer until you clear them or they expire. They store anonymous data about users who repeatedly visit one of our websites. This helps us to optimise our user support as well as to identify users, distinguish them from each other, store their personal settings, streamline the user experience of our website and to provide personalised pages and content for our users. Permanent cookies are also used anonymously for web analytics purposes. They are not designed to actually identify users.

Cookies from our partners and affiliates are used, for instance, when you access our services through a platform provided by one of our partners (for example, when you click one of our ads). These cookies allow us to keep statistics concerning our partners and affiliates. They do not contain any of your personal data and are removed from your device when you register on our online UI or once they expire.

Most web browsers have settings to block cookies, to limit their use or to prompt you to accept or reject cookies. For further instructions, please refer to the Help section of your web browser. Please note, that cookies are absolutely essential for using our website and required for certain functions to work properly. If you disable cookies, you may not be able to complete your check-out. Moreover, some of the content on our website may not be displayed and we may be unable to provide you with full user support. Additionally, we would like to note that if you access one of our user interfaces through other means than a web browser (for example, by using a mobile device), you may not be able to disable cookies.

We use the following session-specific and permanent cookies:

Cookie name Type Purpose Expiry
Ifc Order Session This cookie allows to recognise the client during the order process. The cookie is session-specific, which means that it will be removed the moment you close your web browser.
UploadStateMachineState LastUsedUploadTypeState LastUsedComfortUploadType
State
Upload Status This cookie is used to store the status data and the results of our upload method test. The test is performed automatically when you visit the Ifolor upload page. The purpose of the cookie is to ensure that this time-intensive test is completed only once, not every time you visit our website. These cookies have a limited duration of 20 days.
CookieEnabled Session This cookie verifies if the user has enabled the placement of cookies. The cookie is a session cookie and is deleted when the browser is closed.
WT_FPC Webtracking Cookie - Webtrends   WebTrends tracking cookie This cookie is used to collect information about how the Ifolor website is used. We can utilise this information to improve our online services. The data collected using this cookie is anonymous, and includes the number of visitors to the Ifolor website and the number of pages visited. This cookie has a limited duration of 2 years.

Google Tag Manager

The Google Tag Manager tool is used to manage the cookies used on the Ifolor website. This tool is used to deploy online tags, but it does not collect data that can be used to identify individuals.