What are cookies
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Which cookies we use and why
The table below explains the cookies we use and why we use each of them.
|AspNetCore.Identity.Application||2 weeks||This cookie is set by the Identity Server application that make use of Asp.Net Identity|
|ARRAffinitySameSite||Session||This cookie is set by websites run on the Windows Azure cloud platform. It is used for load balancing to make sure the visitor page requests are routed to the same server in any browsing session.|
|ARRAffinity||Session||This cookie is set by websites run on the Windows Azure cloud platform. It is used for load balancing to make sure the visitor page requests are routed to the same server in any browsing session.|
|AspNetCore.Antiforgery||Session||ASP.NET Core looks for this cookie to find the X-CSRF token. The ValidateAntiForgeryToken is an action filter that can be applied to an individual action, a controller, or globally for the app. Requests made to actions that have this filter applied will be blocked unless the request includes a valid antiforgery token.|
|ga||2 years||Used by Font Awesome / Linkedin / Google Analytics to distinguish users|
|stripe_mid||1 year||Used by Font Awesome to track payment access to the third party service.|
|fbp||3 months||Used by Font Awesome. Used to distinguish users and sessions.|
|AMCV||3 months||Used by Linkedin. The AMCV cookie contains the Experience Cloud ID (MID) and a region ID for your site visitors.|
|aam_uuid||3 months||Used by Linkedin. Set for ID sync for Adobe Audience Manager. Domain: Adobe.|
|bcookie||1 year||Used by Linkedin. Browser Identifier cookie to uniquely identify devices accessing LinkedIn to detect abuse on the platform|
|lang||Session||Used by Linkedin. Used to remember a user's language setting to ensure LinkedIn.com displays in the language selected by the user in their settings.|
|li_mc||2 years||Used by Linkedin. Used as a temporary cache to avoid database lookups for a member's consent for use of non-essential cookies and used for having consent information on the client side to enforce consent on the client side.|
|liap||1 year||Used by Linkedin. Used by non-www.domains to denote the logged in status of a member.|
|lidc||1 day||Used by Linkedin. To facilitate data center selection|