Cookie Policy CryptoNet Labs

To make access to and use of our site easier and more intuitive we use cookies.

Cookies are small files sent to and stored on users’ computers by the websites they visit to collect navigation information, such as site preferences or profile data, and are generally used to make the browsing experience more enjoyable and more efficient during subsequent visits, provided they are always using the same browser.

There are two types of cookies: first-party cookies, which are set by the domain of the site you are visiting, and third-party cookies, which come from other domains whose elements are placed on the page you are visiting.

CryptoNet Labs websites work best if cookies are enabled.

You can still decide not to allow cookies to be set on your computer; to do this, go to your browser’s “Preferences”.

If you want to inhibit third party cookies this is possible through their respective owners. For more information you can find information on Google’s Privacy Policy.

On the CryptoNet Labs sites we use the following cookies:

First-Party Cookies


  • language: this cookie is used to store the preference for displaying the language of the site.


  • visid_incap_{SITE-ID}, incap_ses_{PROXY-ID}_{Site-ID}: these cookies are needed to make your navigation safer.

Google Analytics

  • _gat_gtag_{SITE-ID}: this cookie is used to speed up access requests
  • _ga, _gid: these cookies are used to distinguish users by assigning each user a randomly generated number as the client identifier.
  • _utmvc: this cookie is updated each time data is sent to Google Analytics.

Third-Party Cookies


  • PREF: this cookie records a unique ID used by Google for statistics related to how the visitor uses YouTube videos on different websites
  • YSC: this cookie is set for video “embed” on external sites
  • VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE: this cookie is used to measure the client’s bandwidth to produce video at the right quality
  • GPS: this cookie records a unique ID on your mobile devices to allow tracking based on your GPS location.


  • NID: most Google users have a preference cookie called “NID” in their browsers. Your browser sends this cookie with your requests to Google’s sites. The NID cookie contains a unique ID that is used by Google to store your preferences.