3. What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a small data file that is placed on your hard drive by a web application. When you use that web application or other applications in the same domain, the application can read the information stored in the cookie to retrieve the data it previously saved there. You can review all the cookies that Websites and associated systems will place on your hard drive in our cookie list below. We update this list quarterly, so there may be additional cookies that are not yet listed. Some of these cookies are set by the Websites themselves, and some are set by third party services we use for technical support, web application monitoring, and user support services.
When you visit to Axon, we place the cookies listed below in your browser. The primary reason we use these cookies is to securely identify you once you login to Axon. When you login to Axon, we update the cookie to include your unique Axon user identifier so we can confirm your identity as you use the application, and ensure you are given secure access to your data. Other parts of Axon may add additional cookies to help store information the application will needs to retrieve as you use the application. If you disable cookies, you will not be able to login to Axon since we will have no way of identifying who you are as use attempt to use the application.
List of Cookies used on Axon:
This cookie is used to securely identify you after you've logged in
Cookies used by related websites
To provide a streamlined user experience we work with a number of third party services that help us manage user support, application monitoring, and application documentation. From within Axon we link out to sites managed and maintained by these third parties, which set and manage their own cookies. Below we have a list of websites we link out to and links to the cookies they set and provide.
Herrmann Help Center