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|session||eero||Stores the user's authenticated session. Enables them to use eero services.||13 months||HTTP|
|session.sig||eero||Verifies that eero sent the session token.||13 months||HTTP|
|clientContext||eero||Unique Browser ID that is persistent across all sessions over the user's browser. Used to verify the integrity of the traffic origin.||13 months||HTTP|
|at-main||eero||Authentication cookie used as a token for secure transactions (i.e., transactions requiring authentication). The contents of this cookie are often referred to as “the auth token” or “the authentication token” (often authenticationToken in code).||13 months||HTTP|
|sess-at-main||eero||A short-lived (browser-session-scoped) cookie, which contains a secure hash that is generated by the AuthenticationService. We can validate this cookie along with the at-main cookie to determine if a customer has authenticated on the current browser session.||13 months||HTTP|
|x-main||eero||Recognition cookie, used to load customer-specific data server-side in cases where the user has authenticated previously in that browser, but the operation does not require an authentication (for example, displaying the user's first name on the home page).||13 months||HTTP|
|ubid-main||eero||A unique browser ID which is meant to permanently identify the browser and assist with security and fraud checks, as well as tracking information on shared browsers.||13 months||HTTP|
|session-id-time||eero||The time that the session-id cookie will expire. This is needed as cookie expiration dates, while set by Amazon, are not sent back by the browser, so this value must be explicitly stored as a separate cookie.||13 months||HTTP|
|session-id||eero||A unique ID which is used to maintain and re-present data created by the customer's actions within the browser (such as shopping cart contents and browsing history), in cases where the customer has not signed in using that browser previously and therefore cannot be recognized as a specific customer. It is a piece of data that is used in network communications to identify a session, a series of related message exchanges. The value of session-id is maintained when the customer logs in.||13 months||HTTP|
|session-token||eero||The session-token is an encrypted data structure that contains the session ID, customer ID, UBID, RID (the request ID for the request that set the token), temporary customer ID, e-mail, token expiry time, active session ( if the session has a non-empty cart associated with it), and remember me state as selected by customer (true/false). The value of session-token can store information about a user's identity and browser preferences.||13 months||HTTP|
|__stripe_sid||Stripe||Set for fraud prevention purposes and helps us assess the risk associated with an attempted transaction. Learn more about advanced fraud detection.||13 months||HTTP|
|__stripe_mid||Stripe||Set for fraud prevention purposes and helps us assess the risk associated with an attempted transaction. Learn more about advanced fraud detection.||13 months||HTTP|
|klaro||Klaro||Stores user's cookie consent choice.||13 months||HTTP|
|_ga||Google Analytics||Distinguish users.||13 months||HTTP|
|_gid||Google Analytics||Distinguish users.||13 months||HTTP|
|_gat||Google Analytics||Throttle request rate.||13 months||HTTP|