Cookie policy

How We Use Cookies

Email Cleaner uses cookies whenever a user browses the pages of the website. The cookies used on said website are only anonymously associated with the browser on a given device. They cannot provide any identifying information, such as a first and last name. The use of cookies makes it possible for the Email Cleaner website to recognise the browsers of its users. Users can configure cookies so they are deleted on leaving the website or not stored on their hard drives. See the instructions for your regular browser (indicated below) for more information.

What Are Cookies?

Cookies are a small text file that sites send to the browser and that is stored on the user's terminal or device. They can be used for several purposes, such as storing your browsing preferences, gathering statistical information, enabling certain technical features and so on. Cookies are sometimes used to store basic information on the user's browsing habits or on the user's equipment.

What Is their Purpose?

Cookies serve different purposes depending on the type. From a technical standpoint, cookies allow websites to load quickly and adapt to your preferences, such as by storing your language or currency. They also help web masters improve the services they offer by gathering statistical information. Finally, they make the advertising shown more efficient, thanks to which we can offer our services for free.

How do We Use Cookies?

Browsing this website assumes that the following types of cookies can be installed:

Types of Cookies:

The cookies used by Email Cleaner are:

Cookie name Purpose
PHPsessid Remember the session
_UTMA Differentiates users and sessions
_UTMB Determines new sessions or visits
_UTMC For interacting with urchin.js googleanalytics
_UTMZ Stores the traffic source or the campaign that explains how the user arrived at the site

How Can I Set my Preferences?

You can allow, block or delete cookies installed on your computer by configuring your Internet browser settings. If you block cookies, certain services that rely on them may not be available to you. Below we list some links where you can find information on how to configure preferences in the leading browsers:

Many browsers allow you to browse anonymously by deleting cookies after you leave a site. The name and operation of this anonymous mode can vary by browser. Below you will find a list of the most common browsers and the name of this "anonymous mode":