Our Cookies Explained
We believe in cookie transparency at conspiracy outpost, Therefore we've detailed the cookies we set on our site and their purposes below so that you can view how they are used.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. 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. Depending on your access level and actions on the site, various preference based cookies may be set to enrich your experience. These cookies are used to remember your theme, language and item marking preferences, etc.
1. Standard Cookies
This cookie contains the ID of your current session.
Your member ID. This cookie is set after you log in when you tick 'Remember Me' so you can be automatically logged in again in the future.
A unique key to authenticate your member ID cookie. This cookie is set after you log in when you tick 'Remember Me' so you can be automatically logged in again in the future.
This cookie would contain a hash used to validate that the viewing user's member ID was not forged (it is not the actual password hash).
2. Uncommon Cookies
While some cookies will almost always be set by the Suite, there are some cookies that are set only in very specific circumstances. For the sake of transparency, See the following list of cookies and their intended purposes.
ips4_cms_filters (Pages only)
This cookie would track filters set by a user when filtering content in the Pages application.
ips4_cms_language (Guests only)
This cookie is used to track a language preference for a guest if the site has more than one language installed and the guest user chooses a specific language to use.
This cookie is used to track a user's anonymous login preference if they choose this option during the login process.
ips4_cms_theme (Guests only)
This cookie is used to track a theme preference for a guest if the site has more than one theme installed and the guest user chooses a specific theme to use.
When a forum has a specific password set, this cookie is set once a user logs in to that forum to validate that they have logged in on subsequent page loads.
ips4_cms_cm_reg (Commerce only)
This cookie is used to track an invoice ID for a guest who is checking out so that we can associate the invoice correctly after the user registers or logs in.
ips4_cms_referred_by (Commerce only)
This cookie is used to track referrals in Commerce when one user refers another user to a purchase.
ips4_cms_noCache (Commerce only, Guests only)
This cookie is set in order to prevent pages that have been cached from being served to a guest during the checkout process, as the software has the ability to cache guest pages for a configured period of time.
ips4_storeView (Commerce only)
This cookie tracks a user's preference for viewing the store on the site, whether to show it in list view or grid view.
This cookies stores your clubs view preference.
This cookie stores a randomly generated string to load a user device or create new one if there isn't one.
This cookie stores your emoji skin color preference.
This cookie stores your recently used emojis for easy access in the editor.
This cookie stores the ids of selected forums so only those selected are shown to you.
This cookie contains the ID of your current session. For the upgrader, specifically.
3. Third Party Cookies
4. How do I change my cookie settings?
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.
This cookie transparency page was last modified on 24/05/18