Cookie Scan & Declaration
Scan your store for cookies & other tracking technologies, such as local storage and pixels. Our scanner automatically detects and categorizes them. All the detected results are available with their purpose description based on our database records.
How it works
Install our application to your store. The process just takes you some seconds and is ready to be used.
After successful install an initial scan will be performed. The scan takes just some seconds.
After the scan is completed you can see a notification with a link to the scan report.
Supported Tracking Technologies
Cookies are small text files that are stored on a user’s device by a website. They are used to store information about the user’s preferences, browsing history, and login information, which the website can then access when the user visits again. Cookies are commonly used for tracking technology as they allow websites to keep track of a user’s behavior across multiple visits and to personalize the content or advertising that they see.
Local storage is a feature of web browsers that allows websites to store data on a user’s device, such as their preferences or login information. This data is saved on the user’s device and can be accessed by the website even after the user has closed their browser or turned off their device. Local storage can be used for tracking technology by allowing websites to track a user’s behavior even if they don’t have cookies enabled or if they have cleared their cookies.
Store Scanning Features
Scan your Shopify store and obtain insight into the privacy status of it
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