What are Cookies?
Cookies are tiny text files stored on the computer of a vistor
when they visit certain web pages of a website. Cookies may be passed back to
the site that created them when the vistor requests further pages from
such as but not limited to the members' area and our support helpdesk.
Cookies are usually removed when a visitor logs out of a particular service.
You need to have cookies enabled to use our site fully and to use the members'
area, however if you do not wish to enable cookies, you will still be able to
browse our site. Note that most web browsers will have cookies enabled by
Cookies cannot harm your computer, and no personally identifiable
information such as credit card details are stored in cookies we create.
Why are you telling me this?
We are giving you this information to comply with changes to UK legislation
and the so-called "Cookie Law" that came into effect on 26 May 2012, and
as part of our continuous commitment to be honest and clear about visitor
privacy when using our website.
First Party Cookies
Cookies that may be sent from our sites are as follows. In the event that
a cookie is identified to have come from one of these domains and is not
listed below, do not hesitate to contact
us so that we can update the information provided and advise you
accordingly as to its purpose.
||The affiliate code for a site visitor who is an ionCube affiliate.
||An identifier for the ionCube affiliate that referred a visitor to our site.
||A unique session identifier for a visitor navigating pages of our site. This should be removed automatically by the browser when it is closed.
|__utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz
||These cookies are used by Google Analytics, a service provided by Google. The service allows us to analyse visitor information such as browser usage, screen size, page view and read times. We may use this information to help us to improve our websites and the visitor user experience. No confidential or visitor identifying information is stored in these cookies nor revealed by the Google Analytics service.
|phpbb2mysql_data, phpbb2mysql_sid, phpbb2mysql_t
||Used for operation of the PHPBB2 forum software.
||Cookies beginning with SWIFT_ are used by the Kayako Fusion helpdesk and LiveChat software. Further details may be obtained from kayako.com.
Third Party Cookies
Some pages on our website may contain links to content provided by
other sites over which we have no control. These 3rd party sites may themselves
Most web browsers will have a feature for enabling and disabling the
storage of cookies, and also for the removal of cookies that are already
stored. How they do this varies from browser to browser, and can even change from
one browser version to the next. Please consult the documentation
for your specific browser version if you wish to access cookies stored with
by your browser.