Cookies can store and provide only the information that was previously deposited in them. They are not able to execute code or access other information stored on the computer. Additionally, web browsers restrict access to cookie data. Browsers enforce a cookie security policy that makes all cookie data available only to the website that originally set the information.
|Cookie Name||Information Stored||Expiration||P3P Compliant||Usage||Location||Size|
||Unique visitor IDs (Marketing Cloud Solutions)||2 years||Yes||Identify a unique visitor||Stored at the domain||Varies, 150-200 bytes|
||determine if cookies are enabled (simply set to “True”)||Expires when the browser closed||Yes||Only one cookie for all accounts||Stored at the domain||4 bytes|
||The previous link clicked on by the user||Expires when the browser closed||Yes||Only one cookie for all accounts||Stored at the domain||Typically 100-200 bytes|
||Unique visitor ID time/date stamp||2 years||Yes||Identify a unique visitor||Stored at the domain – typically 2O7.net||44 bytes|
||Fallback unique visitor ID time/date stamp||2 years||Yes||Identify a unique visitor if the standard s_vi cookie is unavailable due to third-party cookie restrictions. Not used for implementations that use first-party cookies||Stored at your domain as a first-party cookie||33 bytes|
Cookies Set By Plug-ins
Additional cookies can be set depending on the use of Analytics plug-ins. These cookies are snippets of code available to the client for use in a variety of circumstances. These circumstances include: retrieving values from the URL; concatenating values to pass to Analytics; capturing form abandonment, and so on. For specifics on cookies that are set by each plug-in, contact ClientCare.
s_vh cookie used with the Set Once Per and Set and Get Last Value plug-ins,
s_nr cookie used with getNewRepeat Plugin for tracking user is new or return.