This policy refers to the cookies on the website operated by SC SARTO DISTRIBUTION SRL with its registered office in Bucharest, 10-12 Maior Gheorghe Sontu (hereinafter referred to as Sarto Distribution).

What am I?

Cookies are files consisting of letters and numbers, stored on the PC terminal, mobile terminal or other equipment from which you access the Internet and the present site. The cookie is installed by the request sent by the server to your browser (eg Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari, Mozila) and is "passive" (can not contain viruses or spyware and does not access the information on your hard driver ).

What do we use them for?

Cookies are used for your recognition as a user and to present the content in a relevant way, adapted to your interests. Cookies provide you with a pleasant browsing experience and support Sarto Distribution's efforts to offer personalized services, such as online privacy preferences, shopping cart or targeted advertising. They can also be used to prepare aggregate anonymous statistics that allow us to understand how you use the pages of our website, thus helping us to improve its structure and content. Of course, this process excludes your personal identification.

What cookies do we use?

We use session cookies and fixed cookies. Cookies per session are files that remain stored in your terminal until the end of the browsing session or until the closing of the web browser. Fixed cookies remain stored on your terminal for a period determined according to your settings, or until they are manually deleted by you.

How are they used by

Accessing this site may place cookies to evaluate the performance of the site, to analyze the experience of visitors, for geographical targeting, for account registration and registration on the site, for advertising the site or for advertising providers of the site.

Do cookies contain personal data?

Cookies do not require personal information in order to be used and, in most cases, do not identify you personally. However, some personal data may be collected through cookies, but only in order to provide you with certain services and functionalities. In essence, personal data collected through cookies are encrypted to make it impossible for unauthorized persons to access them and not to expose you.

How do you get rid of cookies?

Most of the time web browsers allow the saving of cookies by default. However, you can change these settings so that cookies are not administered automatically, and you are informed every time a website sends cookies to you. More information on how you can go through these settings and the ways to manually manage cookies can be found in the settings of your web browser. However, keep in mind that by limiting cookies, certain functionalities of web pages will be affected.

Why do we use cookies?

Cookies are especially important for browsing the Internet as we understand it today. They determine the efficient functioning of the websites, intermediating a browsing experience adapted to your preferences and interests. Declining or disabling cookies may make some sites unusable. However, keep in mind that refusing or disabling cookies does not mean that you will no longer be targeted for online advertising, but only that the advertising you receive will no longer take into account your interests that advertising providers collect through cookies. .

For example, cookies allow us to present you content and services adapted to your preferences by product and service categories. We can also submit offers tailored to your interests. Cookies help to filter the content presented to minors through family mode options and safe search functions. Also through cookies we can present you advertising that may interest you and that you consider relevant, in a way whose frequency of broadcasting is limited to a level adapted to your wishes and expectations. In conclusion, we collect, measure, analyze analytical information to determine a certain level of traffic on our site, to find out what type of content is viewed and how you got to the website through a search engine, offline, redirected from another site, etc.

All this information is collected and analyzed to improve our site for your benefit.

Your security and privacy

Because they are made up of text, cookies cannot be executed as a code, nor can they auto-run, which is why there is no risk of replicating on other networks to run or replicate again. Given these characteristics and the fact that they cannot be replicated, they are not and cannot be considered viruses.
We must keep in mind, however, that since their purpose is to collect information about your preferences and browsing history, both on the site and on other sites, cookies can be used as a form of Spyware. . Anti-spyware programs take a stand against cookies to prevent risks, marking them in anti-virus / anti-spyware deletion / scanning procedures.

Also, browsers have their own privacy and security settings that differentiate between the levels of acceptance of cookies, their validity period and ensure the automatic deletion after leaving a certain site.

Other security issues related to cookies

Because cookies transmit information between the browser and the website in both directions, there is a risk and interest that an attacker or an unauthorized person may intervene in this transfer of information. Although it happens very rarely, this risk materializes when your browser accesses the servers through an insecure network.

There are attacks through cookies that involve their incorrect settings on servers. This risk materializes when a website does not require the browser to communicate only through encrypted channels. Attackers can try to exploit this vulnerability in order to determine the browser to send information through unsecured channels. That is why it is very important that each user chooses different methods of protection of personal information and not to expose them randomly.

Tips for a pleasant, safe and responsible experience

Given the evolution of the Internet and the way eCommerce works, cookies have grown a lot in terms of relevance, usefulness and flexibility, which is why they are almost inevitable for a normal journey without impediments. Of course, you can choose to disable your cookies, but this operation can restrict access to both and other more trafficked sites, such as the Google suite, Gmail, Youtube, Yahoo, etc. Also, blocking cookies does not block online advertising.

For using the Internet and websites without unpleasant experiences, here are some tips that might help you:
First of all, make sure that you have anti-spyware programs installed and make sure that they are always up to date. They have the functionality to block unauthorized access to sites that would seek to exploit browser vulnerabilities or force the download of programs with dangerous content.

The browser must always be up to date. Often browser updates do not come as a functionality or facelift update, but even as a Security update and vulnerability protection. Attacks that exploit cookies are based precisely on the bi-directional exchange of information that some older versions of browsers fail to secure effectively.
The browsers updated to the latest versions allow the settings of cookies and the personalization of the options available through them. The settings are normally found in the "options" section or in the "preferences" section of the browser.