Cookies created by SIS.ngo

Following is a list of tiny text files called cookies that may be downloaded to your computer when you visit sis.ngo. Most of the cookies are automatically deleted as soon as you close your browser session. The cookies are identified by a free WordPress plugin called cookie-cat, which analyzes them every time you come to this page. The cookies are categorized into:
  1. Strictly necessary – these cookies enable basic site capability or services you have specifically asked for.
  2. Performance – these cookies collect anonymous information on the pages visited. [Most of these are only generated if you have an account on this WordPress site.]
  3. Functionality – these cookies remember choices you make to improve your experience.
  4. Targeting or advertising – these cookies collect information about your browsing habits in order to customize advertising to you. [We never want to use cookies for these purposes. If you see a cookie in this category it means that a third-party site has created them without our knowledge, e.g., if we embed a link in an article. We do a monthly ‘cookie audit’ to check and remove them.]
Cookie-cat may not find all cookies, and also not all these cookies may be saved to your computer, depending on your browser settings. If you want to check, paste this link into your Chrome browser window: chrome://settings/cookies/detail?site=sis.ngo. For each cookie you can see the expiration date when it will be deleted from your computer.
Cookie NameCookie CategoryDescriptionDuration
wordpress_2WordPress cookie for a logged in user.session
wordpress_logged_in_2WordPress cookie for a logged in usersession
wordpress_test_2WordPress cookie for a logged in usersession
wordpress_test_cookie2WordPress test cookiesession
wp-settings-1WordPress also sets a few wp-settings-[UID] cookies. The number on the end is your individual user ID from the users database table. This is used to customize your view of admin interface, and possibly also the main site interface. 1 year
wp-settings-time-2WordPress also sets a few wp-settings-{time}-[UID] cookies. The number on the end is your individual user ID from the users database table. This is used to customize your view of admin interface, and possibly also the main site interface. 1 year
PHPSESSID1To identify your unique session on the websitesession
SESS1To ensure that you are recognised when you move from page to page within the site and that any information you have entered is remembered.session

In addition, your cookie permission is retained for one month.