Liste des cookies utilisés sur https://dkconseils.eu/

Version 1.0 – Mis à jour le 19 juin 2018

Des cookies sont activés et utilisés durant votre navigation sur le site https://dkconseils.eu. Il s’agit de petits fichiers texte, généralement composés de chiffres et de lettres, qui ne génèrent aucun risque de sécurité pour votre ordinateur, tablette ou smartphone.

Les cookies permettent de :

  • Comprendre le comportement des visiteurs sur les différents pages du site
  • Mesurer l’activité des visiteurs sur le site ainsi que leur fréquence de retour afin d’adapter le site à l’utilisation de ses visiteurs
  • Mesurer le nombre de visites, le nombre de pages vues

Vous pouvez consulter ces différents cookies et prendre connaissance de leur utilité au travers de le listing ci-dessous.

Ces cookies sont activés par défaut sur votre navigateur web. Il vous est néanmoins possible de configurer votre navigateur pour vous informer lors de chaque création de cookies et éventuellement empêcher leur création. Voici la marche à suivre sur les 4 navigateurs principaux :

  • Chrome : http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=fr&answer=95647
  • Firefox : http://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/activer-desactiver-cookies
  • Safari : https://support.apple.com/kb/PH21411?viewlocale=fr_FR&locale=fr_FR
  • Internet Explorer : https://support.microsoft.com/fr-fr/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies

L’accès à notre site ne vous sera pas refusé si vous désactivez les cookies, mais certaines fonctionnalités risquent de ne pas être disponibles.

Le listing et les explications ci-dessous ont été rédigées en anglais et proviennent directement des services cités.

1. WordPress cookies

  • wordpress_[hash] : On login, wordpress uses the wordpress_[hash] cookie to store your authentication details. Its use is limited to the admin console area, /wp-admin/
  • wordpress_logged_in_[hash] : After login, wordpress sets the wordpress_logged_in_[hash] cookie, which indicates when you’re logged in, and who you are, for most interface use.
  • wp-settings-{time}-[UID] : WordPress also sets a few wp-settings-{time}-[UID] cookies. The number on the end is your individual user ID from the users database table. This is used to customize your view of admin interface, and possibly also the main site interface.
  • wordpress_test_cookie : Tests whether or not the browser has cookies enabled.

The actual cookies contain hashed data, so you don’t have to worry about someonegleaning your username and password by reading the cookie data. A hash is the result of a specific mathematical formula applied to some input data (in this case your user name and password, respectively). It’s quite hard to reverse a hash (bordering on practical infeasibility with today’s computers). This means it is very difficult to take a hash and “unhash” it to find the original input data.

WordPress uses the two cookies to bypass the password entry portion of wp-login.php. If WordPress recognizes that you have valid, non-expired cookies, you go directly to the WordPress Administration interface. If you don’t have the cookies, or they’re expired, or in some other way invalid (like you edited them manually for some reason), WordPress will require you to log in again, in order to obtain new cookies.

2. Google Analytics cookies

  • __utma : 2 years from set/update – Used to distinguish users and sessions. The cookie is created when the javascript library executes and no existing __utma cookies exists. The cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics.
  • __utmt : 10 minutes – Used to throttle request rate.
  • __utmb : 30 mins from set/update – Used to determine new sessions/visits. The cookie is created when the javascript library executes and no existing __utmb cookies exists. The cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics.
  • __utmc : End of browser session – Not used in ga.js. Set for interoperability with urchin.js. Historically, this cookie operated in conjunction with the __utmb cookie to determine whether the user was in a new session/visit.
  • __utmz : 6 months from set/update – Stores the traffic source or campaign that explains how the user reached your site. The cookie is created when the javascript library executes and is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics.
  • __utmv : 2 years from set/update – Used to store visitor-level custom variable data. This cookie is created when a developer uses the _setCustomVar method with a visitor level custom variable. This cookie was also used for the deprecated _setVar method. The cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics.

Google Analytics Cookie Usage on Websites : https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/ collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage

3. Ninja Forms Cookies

  • nf_wp_session : To manage visitor contact form interactions with the site.

4. iThemes Security cookies

  • itsec-hb-login-[hash] : Used by our security plugin to manage logins.

5. Drip

  • _drip_client_[hash] : Used by WP Smush and Drip to trigger Drip’s events for logged in users only.

6. Other cookies

  • PHPSESSID : To identify your unique session on the website
  • cookiebar : To store if the user has hidden the cookie bar

7. OVH cookies

  • start et startBAK : Technical cookies used by our hosting provider to distribute the server load.