In the event that a medium or low security setting is used that allows the automatic installation of cookies when browsing our website, we will consider that you tacitly consent to their installation.
EXIT FABRICS, through the website uses the following cookies:
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|1 year||This own domain cookie is configured by our website
while you’re looking at the site. This prevents the user from being shown the
banner cookies each time you visit our site. This cookie does not
does not track the user’s personal information.
How do I disable cookies?
Since we want you to have an optimal navigation through the site, cookies are automatically activated when you enter the site. However, if you want to deactivate (or re-activate) them, you must do so yourself through your browser. On the other hand, if your browser is already configured not to accept cookies by default, our site may not function properly. Here’s how to turn cookies on and off in major web browsers:
- If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer, go to Tools > Internet Options > Privacy > Settings.
- If you use Firefox, under the menu option Tools > Options > Privacy > Cookies.
- If you’re using Google Chrome, under Settings > Privacy
- If you’re using Safari, under the menu option Preferences > Security
If your browser is not listed above, you will find instructions on how to change the settings in the “Help” section of your browser.
You must bear in mind that blocking cookies or limiting their installation could cause some of the features of the website not to work or may be more complicated or slower to access.
An alternative to blocking cookies would be to activate your browser’s private mode. This mode allows you to navigate through the pages, but they will not be recorded in the browser history, cookie store or search history once the user has closed all the incognito tabs. The following links explain how to activate incognito mode in the main browsers:
- Internet Explorer: InPrivate
- FireFox: Private Browsing
- Google Chrome: Incognito
- Safari: Private Navigation
- Opera: Private Navigation
For more information, EXIT FABRICS recommends reading the help section of the browser.
Thank you very much and enjoy your navigation!
Last modification:2 October 2019