Like most online services, Sawtooth Software uses small data files, known as “cookies,” that are stored in a browser on a user’s computer or mobile device. Cookies can be useful as visitors navigate a website. For example, cookies ensure that user information is kept up to date as a user moves to other pages on a website and allow use of the website to be analyzed.
Some cookies are placed by third-party services that appear on the websites. Some cookies are temporary and are known as “session” cookies. For example, some session cookies last only until the user closes its browser. Other cookies remain on a user’s device until they’re deleted. These are known as “persistent” cookies. Sawtooth Software may use both session and persistent cookies.
In addition to the websites listed above, user consent applies to the following Sawtooth Software sub-domains: account.sawtoothsoftware.com, discover.sawtoothsoftware.com, hosting.sawtoothsoftware.com, and maxdiffanalyzer.sawtoothsoftware.com.
Although it’s possible to use Sawtooth Software’s websites and other services without cookies, disabling cookies can result in a loss of useful information and other capabilities and may negatively affect the performance of the website or other services.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
|This cookie is used to establish and maintain user session state across page requests.
|These cookies store the user’s cookie consent state for the current domain.
|_ok, _okac, _okbk, _okck, _okdetect, _okgid, _okla, _oklv, hblid, olfsk, wcsid
|These cookies are necessary to provide the live chat functionality on the website. The service is provided by Olark.
|AKA_MVT_BUTTONS, AKA_MVT_ID, PYPF
|These cookies are used by PayPal to recognize its customers and to store visitor credentials in an encrypted cookie in order to allow a user to stay logged in on reentry if the user has accepted the “stay logged in” button.
|This cookie is used by PayPal to gather anonymous technical information about the user’s browser, operating system, IP address, screen resolution, and navigation on the website.
|qa_key, qa_noticed, qa_session
|These cookies are used for authentication and session management in the Sawtooth User Forum.
|idsrv, idsrv.xsrf, idsrv.clients, idsrv.session
|These cookies facilitate single sign-on and access control for web applications and APIs
|This cookie is a single-use anti-forgery token to stop unauthorised posting of content to a website.
|This cookie is used for recognition of the transfer method used at login.
|This cookie is used to test whether the user has support for cookies enabled.
|SA.SessionID, SA.CookiesC2, SA.CookiesC1, SA.SSO, SA.Cookies, SA.SSO.CheckSession, .AspNetCore.Antiforgery.<unique_id>
|These cookies are used to store information about the current user context in the current session.
|<userId>, ssi_analysis_session_id, ssi_analysis_mxd_license_level, ssi_analysis_previous_sign_in_date, ssi_analysis_requires_license_agreement
|These cookies are local storage variables for Sawtooth Software’s MaxDiffAnalyzer that track the current session and permissions associated with the current session.
|This cookie is used to maintain anonymous user sessions for SawtoothSimulator.com
|These cookies are used to maintain user session variables and store user/agent information such as browser version and screen resolution for Sawtooth Software’s customer service portal.
|_ga, _gid, _gat
|These cookies are set by Google Analytics to help Sawtooth understand how users are using its websites
|These cookies are used by Facebook to deliver a series of advertisement products such as real-time bidding from third-party advertisers.
|1P_JAR, NID, CONSENT
|These cookies are used by Google to collect website statistics, track conversion rates and customize ads on Google properties