Purus uses the so-called Session cookies (" Cookie ") on the Website. A cookie is a small data file that is transferred to the visitor's computer. Cookies can not identify the visitor personally, only the browser that is installed on your computer and used during the visit. Cookies do not contain viruses and can not destroy any information on the visitor's computer. Cookies are used to facilitate the visitor in navigating the Website. Cookies are stored on your computer and is activated when the visitor returns to a section on the Website. Cookies are only stored temporarily on your computer and disappear when the browser is closed. If the visitor wants to avoid Cookies they can set their computer browsers, so that cookies are not downloaded onto the computer. Information on how to go about this, please see your browser 's help section. If the storage of Cookies are prevented, it means that navigation possibilities on the Site deteriorate.
Purus also collect IP addresses. An IP address is used to identify the visitor computer on the Internet. We use IP addresses for system administration.