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CONCRETE5: this cookie tracks your browser session and is deleted when you close your browser.

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These are the cookies used on our extranet site:

PHPSESSID: this cookie tracks your browser session and is deleted when you close your browser. This cookie is the only vital cookie and the extranet website is the only part of Virus Bulletin's web presence that requires cookies to function.

userCakeUser: this cookie makes sure you are automatically logged in next time you visit the extranet website. It is only activated when a user logs into the extranet website and ticks the 'Remember me' checkbox. Its duration is set to one week.

Last updated: 01 June 2016

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