Use of cookies

This web (hereinafter, the Web Site) uses proprietary and third-party cookies (Google Analytics) to improve your user experience and collect statistical data about USERS’ use of the Web Site. The cookies are only associated to the browser that is used, therefore no personal data about the USER who visits the web page is stored. You can configure your browser to receive a notification about and/or reject the installation of cookies, which will not prevent the possibility of the USER being able to access the different areas of the Web Site, except for the technical support chat service.

If you browse the Web Site, you are accepting the use of cookies under the conditions established in this Cookie Policy. This policy may be updated, and you are therefore invited to review it regularly.

What are cookies?

They are small data files that the internet service sends to the device with which you connect to our web sites and which is stored. They are only associated to your browser and do not provide personal data on their own. Cookies cannot damage your device and are also very useful, given that they help to identify and resolve errors.

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Social network cookies

The Web Site includes buttons that the USERS can use, simply and intuitively, to link and share certain content on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Linkedin and Pinterest. This functionality entails the use of cookies that link with the web sites of these social networks, storing the information only on them.

Cookie configuration

You can consult the steps to follow to disable cookie installation in the “Help” section in your browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari, Mozilla Firefox and Opera.

Many browsers enable a private mode to be activated by means of which cookies will always be deleted after your visit to the Web Site. Depending on each browser, this private mode may have different names. Below is a list of the most common browsers and the different names of this “private mode”:

  • Internet Explorer 8 and higher – InPrivate
  • Opera 10.5 and higher – Private Browsing
  • Google Chrome 10 and higher – Incognito
  • Safari 2 and higher – Private Browsing
  • Firefox 3.5 and higher – Private Browsing

Below is a list of the cookies used by

qsawOwn3 daysControl the access from Google Adwords
qsfbOwn3 daysControl the access from Facebook
_icl_current_admin_languageThird parties1 dayManagement of the languages used on the web
_icl_current_languageThird parties1 dayManagement of the languages used on the web
wordpress_logged_in[hash]Third partiesSessionIndicates if the user is connected and who is it
wordpress_test_cookieThird partiesSessionThis cookie is used for the WordPress content manager to check if your browser has enabled cookies.
_icl_visitor_lang_isThird parties24 HoursManagement of languages, stores the default language for the web.
wfwaf-authcookie-Third parties30 minutesIdentification of the visitor by a security plugin to avoid attacks on the web site.
wordfence-verifiedHumanThird parties30 minutesUsed to detect that the access to the web side is carried out by a human and not by a bot.
wordpress_sec-Third partiesOn closing the browserIt is used as a key to control the access of a user to WordPress service
wordpress_sec-Third partiesOn closing the browserIt allows us to identify the language of the user in order to show the web site in the correct language
wpml_browser_redirect_testThird partiesOn closing the browserIdentify if it has to redirect the page to another language