Cookie Policy

Cookies Policy

What are Cookies?

A cookie is a very small text file that can be stored on your computer when you visit a web page. Cookies are used to help you navigate the website and to enhance your experience whilst on the website. Cookies enable a website to tailor information presented to you based on your browsing preferences.

Why do VBS Centurion Ltd use Cookies?

VBS Centurion Ltd use cookies to collect data about the performance of our website and to ensure an easy and consistent user experience for our visitors.

VBS Centurion Ltd  may use cookies to personalise web pages during your visit to our website. We will also use them to remember you for easy navigation and access during your visit.

We may also use cookies to track your visit to our website. We will collect data to identify you whilst you are browsing so that we can measure our website and make improvements in the future. This information is only used for analytical purposes, and will be limited to a minimum. This type of cookie does not hold personally identifiable information.

VBS Centurion Ltd Cookies

For the best experience on any VBS Centurion Ltd website, your PC, laptop, mobile or tablet will need to accept cookies. Without cookies, you will not be able to make a purchase, or benefit from certain personalised features.

So that you know exactly what cookies are used on our, we have listed each cookie below, along with its purpose.

DYNSRV – This cookie is used for load balancing to manage server traffic demand.


Third Party Cookies

Cookies on VBS Centurion Ltd  site may also be set by one of our partners who set cookies for a number of different reasons. These third parties are listed below with a description of the cookies set by them.

We do not control these cookies. To change your settings for these cookies, click on the relevant link, which will take you to the third party site where you will be able to manage the cookies.

Unbounce Cookies

We use Unbounce for our online appointment booking forms. You can read about their Cookie Policy and general data protection here – https://unbounce.com/gdpr/

Google Cookies

Click this link to read how Google uses data when you use our websites or apps – https://policies.google.com/privacy/partners?hl=en-GB&gl=uk

Bing Ads Universal Event Tracker cookie technical details

The following has been copied directly from Bing Ads Support Service

UET collects the following data and Bing Ads retains it for 180 days. UET will also collect the IP address and the Microsoft cookie (with an expiration date of 13 months). This cookie contains a GUID assigned to the user’s browser, and/or an ID assigned to a user as long as it authenticated through their Microsoft account. In general, the cookie in the relevant domain and IP address are always passed with every http request and not just via UET. Bing Ads doesn’t resell this data to third parties or share it with other advertisers.


Parameter

Value Passed

Purpose

ti

UET tag ID

Identifies tag.

ver

Version

Version of UET.

mid

GUID generated by UET tag

Used to relate page load and any custom events passed with each other.

evt

Event type (page load or custom)

Distinguishes page load event from custom events.

p

URL of the page

Identifies webpage.

r

Referrer URL

Identifies referrer URL.

ec

Event category (custom value passed by advertiser)

These are needed if advertiser chooses to use custom events for conversion tracking or remarketing.

ea

Event action (custom value passed by advertiser)

ev

Event value (custom value passed by advertiser)

el

Event label (custom value passed by advertiser)

gv

Variable revenue (custom value passed by advertiser)

Needed if advertiser chooses to track variable revenue.

gc

Variable revenue currency (custom value passed by advertiser)

Needed if advertiser chooses to track variable revenue.

ifm

1

Indicates if the tag is being fired from within an iFrame.

rn

Random number

Handles browser cache.

tl

Page title

Used to construct digital signature so that we can detect fraud.

kw

Keyword

lt

Page load time

lg

Browser language setting

sc

Screen color depth

sh

Screen height

sw

Screen width

pi

Digital signature – one way hash of tl, lt, lg, sc, sh, sw.

sid

Random ID generated by UET tag.
Format: 32-bit integer converted to a hexadecimal string followed by an extra byte indicating whether the current session is a new one (unique to that session), as in "1234ABCD-1". Note: This value will be "N" if cookies are blocked by the browser.
Cookie name: _uetsid
Cookie expiration: After 30 minutes of idleness

Session ID, which is unique per domain and is used to improve the accuracy of conversion tracking. Note: UET sets a first-party cookie on your site’s domain for this parameter.

msclkid

Ad click information, generated at ad click time and appended to the landing page URL when auto-tagging of Microsoft Click ID is enabled.
Format: GUID followed by extra byte indicating whether the current value is a new one (unique to that session), as in "cdd4afcccb1c9a4cad9544dd7e5006d5-1". Note:

  • This value will be "N" if cookies are blocked by the browser or no ad click information exists in cookie, and the msclkid parameter isn’t in the landing page URL.
  • The Microsoft Click ID will have "1N" added to the end if cookies are blocked by the browser and the msclkid parameter is in the landing page URL.

Cookie name: _uetmsclkid
Cookie expiration date: 90 days

Opting Out of Cookies

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More Information About Cookies

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