Cookies Policy

Who are we

StealthSettings.com is managed by an individual in the European Union.
Any visitor to this website has the right to find confidential information from the owner in order to resolve disputes, conclude partnerships, or other information regarding the quality of online navigation and data security. In this sense, you can send a cover message to: office @ sysweb. en.

Website: https://StealthSettings.com
Contact e-mail: office @ sysweb. ro

WHAT ARE THE PERSONAL DATA COLLECTED BY US AND WHO WE COLLECT THEM

StealthSettings.com does not collect personal user data, except for the IP address that is kept for a period of 15 days in "server logs". This helps us to resolve potential functionality, security, and quality of web browsing for users.

Based on the IP address, we can determine whether a user intends to create problems for the website or if it is trying to create other damages.

COMMENTS

Users who choose to comment on StealthSettings.com can do so only if they provide a name and an email address. These data are important to be able to interact with other users as well as with the administrators of this web site.
Also, leaving a comment on StealthSettings.com stores the IP address and the user's browser user's browser. These items help us to prevent SPAM from commenting and malicious messages.
Personal data used by users in comments will not be made public or to third parties / entities. These can be deleted at any time at your request if you express it at the email address mentioned above.
What is an IP address: https://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/IP_IP
What SPAM means: https://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spam
What is User Agent: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_agent

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COOKIES

Like any web site, StealthSettings.com uses cookies on all its pages.

1. What are cookies?

We use the term "cookies" to refer to cookies and similar technologies through which information can be automatically collected.

An "Internet Cookie" (also known as "cookie browser" or "HTTP cookie" or "cookie") is a small file of letters and numbers that will be stored on your computer, other equipment of a user through which the Internet is accessed.

Cookies are installed by requesting a web server to a browser (eg Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, etc.). Once installed cookies have a fixed duration of existence, remaining "passive" in the sense that they do not contain software, viruses or spyware and will not access the information on the hard drive of the user whose device they have installed.

A cookie consists of two parts:

  • the name of the cookie;
  • content or cookie value.

From a technical point of view, only the web server that sent the cookie can access it again when a user returns to the web site associated with that web-server.

For what purposes are cookies used through this website:

Cookies are used to make the site work and to provide users of this website with a better browsing experience and information tailored to the interest of each user, namely:

  • Improve the use of this website, for example, by retaining your full name and email address when you have written a comment, so that you can find them already completed next time;
  • providing anonymous statistics on how this website is used by the webmaster of this web site as the owner of this website to know how the blog / web site goes, what is read and what is not , what to write in the future and what not;
  • remembering that you have seen the cookie information message and whether or not you have accepted cookies;

What is the lifetime of cookies?

Cookie life may vary significantly, depending on the purpose for which it is placed. There are the following categories of cookies that determine their life span:

Session Cookies - A "session cookie" is a cookie that is automatically deleted when the user closes his browser.
Persistent or Fixed Cookies - A "persistent cookie" or "fixed" cookie is a cookie that remains stored in the user's terminal until it reaches a certain expiration date (which may be within minutes, days or months) or until it is deleted by the user at any time through browser settings.

What are cookies placed by third parties?

Certain sections of the content on the website may be provided through third parties, that is, not by StealthSettings.com, in which case these cookies are referred to as cookies placed by third parties ("third party cookies").

Third-party cookies must also comply with the rules on personal data protection.

These cookies may come from the following third parties:

Google Analytics: to analyze traffic and get anonymous statistics on how to use the site.
Trafic.ro: for traffic analysis and obtaining anonymous statistics on how to use the site, the data being publicly available here.

What cookies are used through this website:

By using / visiting the website the following cookies can be placed:

a. Functional cookies: those required for site operation.
b. Non-functional cookies: those that improve the quality of the site, but are not necessary for its good functioning.

a. Functional Cookies

This type of cookies stores the preferences of the user of this website, so that setting the preferences again in the event of a subsequent visit to the website is no longer necessary.

More specifically, through cookies placed by WordPress the name, email address, and site completed when publishing a comment on the web site so that you can find the data already filled in next time. Read details on the WordPress site.

WordPress has recently added the option of not accepting this cookie, and your data will not be pre-filled for the next comment. You can check or uncheck the option when writing a new comment.

Another cookie placed by the blog reminds you that you saw the message onCookie policy and that you have accepted it or not, so that that message will not be displayed the next time you access the site. If you do not want this cookie, click that you do not want cookies in the bar of that information message.

Akismet - It's a WordPress plugin whose goal is to protect SPAM websites and blogs in comments. To do this, Akismet will identify the IP address and "user agent" for each user who places comets on this website.

b. Non-functional cookies

Another cookie tracks the traffic on the site, which pages were visited, where the readers came from, and where they left. This cookie is placed by Google Analytics, and the set period for retaining user and event data is 50 on Monday. Read more inprivacy policyand cookie policy a Google Analytics.

Google AdSense - Cookies & Marketing

Google AdSense uses cookies to improve advertising services, and StealthSettings.com advertises through the Google AdSense network. To better understand what your data is and for what purpose, visit "How to use AdSense cookies"

third-party suppliers, including Google, uses cookies to serve ads based on previous user visits to your site or other sites;

the use of cookies advertising by Google allows Google and its partners to serve user ads based on accessing our sites and / or other websites on the Internet;

you can opt for personalized advertising if you visit Ad Settings. (You can also opt out of using third-party party cookies for personalized advertising by visiting the www.aboutads.info.)

- the list of Google Partners (third parties) can show ads on this website through Google AdSense you can find "Suppliers or third party advertising networks"

Disabling and refusing to receive cookies can make this website more difficult to visit, dragging on limitations to its use.
Users can set up their browser to reject cookies or to accept cookies from a particular website.
All modern browsers offer the ability to change cookie settings. These settings can be accessed, as a rule, in the "options" section or in the "preferences" menu of your browser.

  • Cookie Settings in Internet Explorer - Internet Explorer;
  • Cookie Settings in Firefox - Firefox;
  • Cookie Settings in Chrome - Chrome;
  • Cookie Settings in Safari - Safari;
  • Edge cookie settings - Edge;
  • Cookie Settings in Opera - Opera.

For any additional questions about how cookies are used through this website, please contact office @ sysweb .ro.

Cookie policy updated in acrod Regulation (EU) 2016 / 679 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.

Last Updated: 27 May 2018