What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files sent to user’s device by the visited websites. These cookies are stored on the device’s hard disc in the file directory of the web browser used to navigate the website.
Cookies have various expiration dates. Some of these cookies are called “session cookies” and expire after the user closes his web browser. However, other cookies serve a technical purpose and are retained for a set period of time. Such cookies are called “persistent cookies”. Upon visiting a website repeatedly, the user’s web browser reads any retained persistent cookies and supplies the information back to the website or the element that originally installed the cookie.
The cookies that we use may be categorized into several categories.
“Essential cookies” enable important features, such as accessibility. Without them, the website may not work properly. Since essential cookies are necessary to deliver our services safely, you may not refuse them. If, regardless of security concerns, you decide you do not wish to receive essential cookies from us, you may block or delete them by changing your web browser settings.
We also use third-party Adobe Analytics cookies. These are called statistical cookies and they collect information that are used in aggregate form to help us understand how the visitors navigate and use our website, or to understand how effective our marketing campaigns are. They help us to improve our websites in order to enhance your experience. Statistical cookies are not related to personalised marketing offers.
This is a detailed list of cookies that we use:
|has_js||Used to ensure correct hyphenation.||Session|
|page_url||Used to remember the previously visited pages so that the user's browser functions properly||3 months|
|responsive||Used to adjust the website’s layout depending on browser display size.||Session|
|seblanguage||Used to remember last used language.||1 year|
|sebsession||Used to correctly present the content of a website.||Session|
|seb_consent||Used to track if essential cookies are accepted (for newer instances of consent).||1 year|
|cookiemessage||Used to track if essential cookies are accepted (for older instances of consent).||1 year|
|_genesys.widgets.webchat||Used to remember SEB chat settings.||Session|
|SEBVBInitTime||Saves timestamp when arriving on Internet Bank log-in page, used for session expiration counter||Session|
|SEBVBTimeLeft||Starts the Internet Bank session countdown counter after Internet Bank username has been confirmed||Session|
|_sdsat_landing_page||This cookie is set by Adobe Tag Manager to store the landing page name when making an initial visit to the website.||Session|
|_sdsat_lt_pages_viewed||This cookie is set by Adobe Tag Manager to store the total number of pages viewed.||3 years|
|_sdsat_pages_viewed||This cookie is set by Adobe Tag Manager to store a page view counter.||Session|
|_sdsat_session_count||This cookie is set by Adobe Tag Manager to store a session counter.||3 years|
|_sdsat_traffic_source||This cookie is set by Adobe Tag Manager to store traffic source of the user, as well as the name of the site the user came from before visiting the current site.||Session|
|_sdsat_xPageName||Stores the page name from previous webpage you visited (analytics knows what was the title of the page from where you arrived to this page)||Session|
|_sdsat_xPageURL||Stores the page URL address from previous webpage you visited (analytics knows what was the URL address of the page from where you arrived to this page)||Session|
|responsive||Gets the browser window width and .js uses this info to display content correctly.||Session|
|s_cc||Adobe Site Catalyst cookie, determines whether statistical cookies are enabled in the browser||Session|
|s_fid||Adobe Site Catalyst cookie, used to generate a unique id to identify a unique user.||3 years|
|s_sq||Adobe Site Catalyst cookie, stores information about the previous link clicked within the site||Session|
|s_vi_vx60gx60x60||Adobe Site Catalyst cookie, used to identify unique visitors, with an ID and timestamp||3 years|
|xPageName||Contains the Page Name of the last viewed page, that has the xPageName functionality implemented.||1 month|
|xPageURL||Contains the Page URL of the last viewed page, that has the xPageURL functionality implemented.||1 month|
How to delete cookies or change the preferences?
If the website visitor wants to limit or forbid the acceptance and storage of cookies on their devices or to delete the already saved cookies, such actions can be performed by using the web browser’s settings.
You can set your browser to accept all cookies, reject all cookies, or be notified when a cookie is downloaded. Each browser is different, so if you do not know how to change your cookie settings, read the Cookie Control & User Manual linked below. Your device's operating system may contain additional cookie controls. If you do not want cookies to collect information, opt out of cookies in your browser settings. To learn more about how to manage cookies, visit www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies.