Cookies

Document created by Miroslaw Administrator Partner on 16-Sep-2016Last modified by Jacob Dalton on 03-Nov-2016
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InnoEnergy SE Community (community.kic-innoenergy.com) uses JiveX application for its community. This is the reason why community uses Jive HTTP cookies in several places.

 

Note: Community (JiveX) does not set third-party cookies as part of the core product offering; however, where noted third-party cookies are set.

Community uses cookies in order to give you as a visitor access to various functions and features which simplify your use of the website. Cookies are small text files which are saved in your computer’s web browser when you visit a website and on later visits these can be fetched from the web browser for various types of applications.

 

They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site.

The list below explains the cookies we use and why.

Note: Except where noted, none of the following cookies contains user-identifiable information. This behavior meets European Union privacy laws.

 

anonymous

Used only by the Gamification module. Tracks if the user is authenticated or not.

  • Possible values: true or false.
  • Expiration: one year.
  • Encryption: none.
  • Example: anonymous="false"

 

BIGipServer

Cookies prefixed with BIGipServer help to efficiently route internal traffic, and contain encoded addresses of internal Jive servers. These addresses are strictly internal, and cannot be used to connect to internal servers from the Internet. Altering the values of the cookie will not have any effect. For more information about these cookies, see the article Overview of BIG-IP persistence cookie encoding on the F5 Support site.

 

clickedFolder

This cookie is used in the Admin Console to persist the open/closed status of the current folder as used in various tree-view portions of the Admin Console.

  • Possible values: string, true, or false.
  • Expiration: at session end.
  • Encryption: none.
  • Example: clickedFolder="true"

 

highlightedTreeviewLink

This cookie is used in the Admin Console to persist the current folder as used in various tree-view portions of the Admin Console.

  • Possible values: integer, the DOM ID of the clicked folder.
  • Expiration: at session end.
  • Encryption: none.
  • Example: highlightedTreeviewLink="23"

 

jive-cookie

This cookie is used in the Admin Console to temporarily persist an encrypted username/password when creating a bridge between two sites. The information in the cookie is first encrypted with AES/256 encryption and then Base64 encoded.

  • Possible values: string, Base64 encoded, encrypted username/password of remote site.
  • Expiration: at session end.
  • Encryption: yes.
  • Example: jive-cookie="YWFyb246MTMxNTU4MjUzNTI3MDoyZDUyODNmZjhhNjExZTdlMTcyMGZhYjVhNWNkNjI0Yg"

 

jive_default_editor_mode

This cookie is used on the front-end for guest/anonymous users who choose to use an editor mode other than the default editor mode.

  • Possible values: string, advanced.
  • Expiration: 30 days.
  • Encryption: none.
  • Example: jive_default_editor_mode="advanced"

 

jiveLocale

This cookie is used on the front-end for guest/anonymous users who choose a locale setting.

  • Possible values: string, locale code.
  • Expiration: 30 days.
  • Encryption: none.
  • Example: jiveLocale="en_US"

 

jive.login.ts

Stores the time stamp of the user's last login.

  • Possible values: epoch time in ms
  • Expiration: at session end.
  • Encryption: none.
  • Example: 1387387736841

 

jive.mobile.redirect

This cookie retains the user's selection for opening content in the Jive Mobile Web app or the Jive Native App when using a mobile device. Currently supported for iOS devices only.

  • Possible values: WEB, NATIVE.
  • Expiration: one month.
  • Encryption: none.

 

jiveRegularLoginUserCookie

This cookie is used to auto-redirect the login screen to the built-in authentication page (if the value exists and is set).

  • Possible values: true.
  • Expiration: one month.
  • Encryption: none.

 

jive.saml.passive.tried

This cookie is used to mark when SAML passive authentication has already been attempted.

  • Possible values: true.
  • Expiration: 3600 seconds (one hour).
  • Encryption: none.
  • Example: jive.saml.passive.tried="true"

 

jive.security.context

This cookie is the authentication context for the user.

  • Possible values: the user's encrypted security context.
  • Expiration: 30 minutes unless refreshed. Same as the standard servlet container session timeout.
  • Encryption: AES 256.
  • Example: jive.security.context="SdRw2i/HXoh1+LwTBLFy3Q==.MzA3OQ=="

 

jive.server.info

This cookie is used on the front-end in combination with Content Distribution Networks (CDN) like Akamai to associate the user with a specific server (also known as "session affinity").

  • Possible values: string, a combination of the serverName, serverPort, contextPath, localName, localPort, and localAddr.
  • Expiration: at session end.
  • Encryption: none.
  • Example: jive.server.info="serverName=community.example.com:serverPort=443:contextPath= :localName=localhost.localdomain:localPort=9001:localAddr=127.0.0.1"

 

jiveSSOLoginUserCookie

This cookie is used to auto-redirect the SSO screen to the built-in authentication page (if the value exists and is set).

  • Possible values: true.
  • Expiration: one month.
  • Encryption: none.

 

jiveTimeZoneID

This cookie is used on the front-end for guest/anonymous users who choose a timezone setting.

  • Possible values: string, timezone ID.
  • Expiration: 30 days.
  • Example: jiveTimeZoneID="234"

 

jive.user.loggedin

This cookie is used on the front-end in combination with Content Distribution Networks (CDN) to denote the status of the current request.

  • Possible values: string, true if the current request originates from a browser where the user is logged in.
  • Expiration: at session end.
  • Encryption: none.
  • Example: jive.user.loggedin="true"

 

jive_wysiwygtext_height

This cookie is used on the front-end to persist the height of the editor window across sessions.

  • Possible values: integer, the height in pixels of the editor after the user chooses to expand the editor window.
  • Expiration: one year.
  • Example: jive_wysiwygtext_height="500"

 

JSESSIONID

This cookie is used on the front-end and the Admin Console to identify a session. It is part of the Java Servlet specification.

  • Possible values: string, the unique token generated by Apache Tomcat.
  • Expiration: at session end.
  • Encryption: none.
  • Example: JSESSIONID="1315409220832msB9E3A98AA1F2005E61FA975963FA4D12.node01"

 

linkedin_oauth_

This cookie is used to communicate and authenticate with LinkedIn.

 

place_info

This cookie is used to temporarily store the tile configuration information when a user is configuring a tile that integrates with a third-party system, such as Salesforce. After the user clicks Save in the place template editing interface, the cookie is destroyed.

  • Expiration: after place template changes are saved.
  • Encryption: none.
  • Example: place_info="placetype%3A700%26placeid%3A5758"

 

skin.palette.preview

This cookie is used to preview the site with an unpublished template.

  • Possible values: ID (long value) of the template.
  • Expiration: long lived. 30 days.
  • Encryption: none.
  • Example: skin.palette.preview="1001"

 

SPRING_SECURITY_REMEMBER_ME_COOKIE

This cookie is used on the front-end as part of the security authentication process to denote whether or not the user wants to have their credentials persist across sessions. It is part of the Spring Security specification; details are available here.

  • Possible values: string, the Base64 encoded username and expiration time combined with an MD5 hex hash of the username, password, expiration time, and private key.
  • Expiration: defaults to 14 days.
  • Encryption: none. This is an MD5 hex hash.
  • Example: SPRING_SECURITY_REMEMBER_ME_COOKIE="YWFyb246MTMxNTU4MjUzNTI3MDoyZDUyODNmZjhhNjExZTdlMTcyMGZhYjVhNWNkNjI0Yg"

 

Google Analytics

 

 

InnoEnergy SE uses, just as almost all websites, Google Analytics, a web analysis service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our site. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited.

Google Analytics uses “cookies” (text files placed on the Data Subject’s computer) to help the website analyse how users use the site. The information generated by the cookie about the Data Subject’s use of the website (including IP address) is transmitted to Google and saved on servers in the United States. Google uses this information to keep track of how the Data Subject uses the website, compile statistical reports on website activity for website owners and offer other services regarding website activity and internet usage. Google may provide this information to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so, or insofar these third parties process the information on behalf of Google. Google will not associate the Data Subject’s IP address with any other data held by Google. The Data Subject can disable cookies by choosing the appropriate settings in the Data Subject browser. In that case the Data Subject might not be able to use the full functionality of this website. By using this website, the Data Subject accept the processing of data by Google in the manner and for the intended purposes and as described above.

Click here for an overview of privacy at Google

 

https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245

 

Change cookies settings for this website

Most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings. To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit www.aboutcookies.org or www.allaboutcookies.org.

To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites visit http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

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