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Danger level 5
Type: Tracking Cookie

Tracking cookies are not immediate security threats, but it is always a good idea to stay away from them. You might not even notice when you get redirected to, but if you see that you land on this page, it is a direct indication that you have a tracking cookie added to your browser. Therefore, there is no actual way to remove FROM your browser unless you terminate the tracking cookie that keeps on redirecting you to this unfamiliar website. Scroll down to the bottom of this description for the manual removal instructions.

According to the research performed by our team, the homepage for this tracking cookie is located at The website is devised to collect visitor’s data. It is also possible to check the list of customers who use the data collected by The customers include Le Point, MediaPart, Schibsted, The Huffington Post, and a number of other media entities. This shows that the cookie collects information for marketing purposes, and this information can be easily sold to third parties.

Technically, there is nothing illegal about what this cookie does. However, there are certain security concerns associated with that we cannot ignore. Let’s take a closer look at how this cookie behaves once it starts tracking your activities.

Of course, cannot collect personally identifiable information. For the most part, it tracks digital analytics information that is related to your web navigation. For example, the type of browser you use, the number of certain page views, the exact navigational path you take on a specific website, the amount of time you spend on a page, shopping cart activity, and other types of data. By shopping cart activity we mean the items you place in your card, the items you delete from it, and so on.

In a way, and other tracking cookies may even make your web browsing experience more convenient. If it collects enough information about your web browsing habits, it may automatically redirect you towards websites that you could find interesting. It may also expose you to custom content that would cater to your likes and preferences, thus saving you time. However, the problem here is that does not have a method to review the content it promotes. If a reputable company uses this tracking cookie, then we do not have a problem. But if the cookie gets exploited by a malevolent third party, we might face certain cybersecurity issues.

In general, security experts agree that cookies like are not malware. In other words, they cannot and do not cripple your computer or steal your information. That is simply not the reason these cookies were created. Nevertheless, depending on who is using the information collected, tracking cookies might be a privacy concern. That is why it is recommended to remove from your system immediately, especially if you were not aware of the fact that this tracking cookie has been collecting information on your web browsing habits.

If you do not want certain information collected, you can choose to remove from your computer. As mentioned, the main security concern associated with cookies is about privacy. If the tracking cookie shares this information with an unreliable third party, you might end up getting exposed to corrupted content. While corrupted content does not automatically mean that you will get infected with malware, there is such a possibility, and you cannot ignore it.

There are multiple websites out there that educate users about cookies and how to deal with them. We are going to show you one of the many ways how to remove from your browser. To avoid similar tracking cookies in the future, you just need to be more careful about the websites you visit. You should also periodically check your browser’s privacy settings. You can set your browser to automatically delete or block cookies, which would save you the trouble of dealing with it later on.

Finally, please consider scanning your system with a licensed security tool. Perhaps this cookie may not be your biggest problem, but you might as well have several other unwanted applications on-board, and you need to make sure that your computer is clean and safe.

How to Remove


  1. Press Ctrl+Shift+Del and open the Clear Browsing Data menu.
  2. Mark Cookies and other site data.
  3. Mark Cached images and files.
  4. Click Clear Data.


  1. Press Alt+T and press Options.
  2. Click Privacy & Security on the left pane.
  3. Scroll down to Cookies and Site Data.
  4. Click Clear Data and press Clear on the confirmation box.

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+T and click Internet options.
  2. On General tab click Delete under Browsing history.
  3. Select Temporary Internet files and website files, Cookies and website data, History, and Download History.
  4. Click Delete.


  1. Press Alt+X and click Settings.
  2. Scroll down to Browsing data and click Choose what to clear.
  3. Select Browsing history, Cookies and saved website data, Cached data and files, and Download history.
  4. Click Clear.
  5. Restart your browser.
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How to manually remove

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  1. Anndid Nov 23, 2021


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