PC Kuckó Balatonföldvár

Cookie policy

Cookie policy

1. Policy for the use of cookies

Policy for the use of these cookies András Szűcs e.v. (Headquarters: 8623 Balatonföldvár, Kossuth Lajos utca 43, tax number: 69363348-1-34) applies to the cookies of websites operated by

2. What are cookies?

A cookie is a small file containing only letters and numbers that can be stored on a user's computer, mobile phone or other device that provides Internet access. A cookie is a packet of information that the given web server sends to the browser, and then the browser sends it back to the server for every request directed to the server. Cookies are "passive", i.e. they do not contain executable files, viruses or spyware, and they do not access the data of the user's hard drive.

3. What can cookies be used for?

These files make it possible to recognize the device used by the user to access the Internet, and thus display relevant content adapted to the user's needs. Cookies provide the user with easier browsing and help András Szűcs e.v. provide the most convenient services for the user. These include online data security needs or relevant advertising. At the same time, they can also be used to prepare certain - anonymous - statistics, which provide valuable information to András Szűcs e.v. in relation to users' site usage habits. Using the obtained statistical results, we can adjust the structure and content of the site according to the needs, all while preserving the anonymity of the users.

4. What cookies do we use?

András Szűcs e.v. website uses two types of cookies: temporary and permanent. The former are temporary files that remain on the user's device until the end of the logged-in period or until the application (browser) is closed. And permanent cookies are present on the user's device for the time specified in their parameter (or until they are manually broken).

5. What do websites use cookies for?

During a visit, the website may place cookies on the user's Internet device for the following purposes:

  • Website performance measurement

  • Browsing Analytics

  • Geotargeting

  • Measuring subscription habits

  • Recommendation of suitable products

  • Displaying relevant advertising services

6. Do cookies contain personal data?

Most cookies do not require any personal data to work effectively. Accordingly, in the vast majority of cases, the cookie does not identify the given user. The personal data collected during the use of cookies can only be used for the purpose of facilitating the use of certain functions for the user. This data is stored in such a way that unauthorized persons cannot access it.

7. Deleting cookies

By default, the browser programs used to access websites allow cookies to be placed on the device. However, these settings can be changed so that the automatic management of cookies is blocked by the browser or the user is notified in every case if a cookie has been sent to the device. Information on the management of cookies can be found in the browser settings. It is important to know that banning/restricting the use of cookies may negatively affect the operation of certain functions of the site.

8. Why are cookies important on the Internet?

Cookies are a central element of the efficient functioning of the Internet, as they help the user to browse comfortably, through the needs and interests they learn. Limiting or banning cookies may make it impossible to use certain websites. Limiting or blocking cookies does not mean that you will no longer receive online advertisements; all it achieves is that the advertisements that appear do not take into account your browsing habits, so they are not tailored to your needs and interests. Some examples of the use of cookies (which do not require the identification of a user using a user interface):

  • Display of content, services and products adapted to the user's needs.

  • Offers tailored to the user's interests.

  • Commenting on passwords.

  • Comment on child protection filters for Internet content (family mode options, safe search functions).

  • Limiting the frequency of advertisements; i.e. numerical limitation of the display of an advertisement on a given website for the user.

  • Displaying advertisements relevant to the user.

  • Measurement and optimization of analytical characteristics. Measuring the traffic of a website, examining the downloaded content, and determining where the user came to the website (e.g.: via a search engine, directly, from another website, etc.). Websites perform these traffic analyzes in order to make the site as good as possible for users.

9. Factors related to security and data security

Cookies are NOT viruses! Cookies use a plain text type format, they do not consist of code snippets, so they cannot be executed automatically. As a consequence, they cannot be copied or matched in other networks for re-run. Since they are not able to perform these functions, they cannot be considered as programs (thus not viruses either).

However, cookies can also be used for negative purposes.

Since they store information about the user's needs and navigation history, they can even be used as spyware on a given website. Accordingly, many antivirus programs permanently delete cookies during various computer scanning processes (full system scan, real-time protection, etc.). In general, browsers have data security settings that allow the acceptance of cookies placed by certain pages, as well as the determination of their validity period and their automatic deletion.

Other security aspects related to cookies.

Since the protection of identity is extremely important and is a subject right of every Internet user, it is necessary to know what concerns may arise when using cookies. Since information flows continuously through cookies in both directions between the website and the browser, so if an attacker (hacker) intervenes in the data transmission, the information stored by the cookie can be traced. If browsing is done via an unencrypted Internet access network (e.g. a WiFi network without adequate encryption), the probability of an attack increases significantly. An additional attack surface - based on the use of cookies - can be provided by the configuration deficiencies of cookies on the server side. If a website does not require the browser to communicate exclusively through the encrypted channel, attackers can exploit this vulnerability to extract information from cookies. Attackers can use the extracted data for unauthorized access to other websites. For this reason, it is important to carefully choose the most appropriate personal data protection method.

Tips for safe and responsible navigation based on cookies.

Since the largest and most visited websites use cookies, their presence/use is almost unavoidable. If cookies are completely disabled, the user will not be able to use many popular sites, such as Youtube, Gmail, Yahoo and many others. The following tips will help you to browse safely and carefree even if cookies are enabled: Personalize your browser's settings for cookies so that their use is safe even if you have a comfortable Internet connection. If only you use your computer, you can also set a longer expiration time for recording browsing history and storing personal data. If you share your computer with others, it is worth deleting the data recorded by the browser after each use (there is an automated solution that deletes it automatically when you close the program). This allows you to visit sites that place cookies on your computer in a safe environment. Update your anti-spyware database regularly. In many cases, anti-spyware software monitors browsing in real time and warns if the user wants to load an unsafe page (with certain settings, they can even automatically block their loading). Thanks to this service, the user may not, or only intentionally, reach a page where he is exposed to a potential danger (cyber attack). That is why it is important that your browser and antivirus program always have the latest version available.

A significant proportion of attacks take place through browser security holes.

The older a browser is, the more such weak points are found in it. Since almost all major domestic and international websites use cookies, their use is almost inevitable. If you know the basic operating mechanism of cookies, you can make the settings that allow you to browse the Internet comfortably and safely. The prohibition or rejection of cookies is only applied by certain websites that are difficult to access and use. However, it is important to know that banning cookies does not mean that you will no longer receive/see online advertisements on individual websites. A setting is available in widely used browser programs that allows you to permanently reject a specific cookie. In addition, it can even be set to accept computer cookies only from specific websites. After disabling cookies, it may even happen that you cannot leave a comment on a specific website. Today, all widely used browsers offer the possibility to personalize cookie management. These settings are usually found in the "Options" or "Settings" menu in the browser. You can find help for the settings related to each browser type by clicking on the links below:
Cookie settings in Firefox
Cookie settings in Chrome
Cookie settings in Safari

10. Additional useful links

You can learn more about cookies and their use on the following pages: All About Cookies

The following page provides detailed information on online data protection and behavior-based advertising forms: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/hu/

Contact details

  • 8623 Balatonföldvár, Gábor Áron utca 11.
  • +36 20 916 3499 (shop and repair)
  • +36 20 228 4828 (service at your place)
  • info@westsite.hu (general)
  • print@westsite.hu (printing)

Opening hours

  • Monday: 8am - 6pm
  • Tuesday: 8am - 4pn
  • Wednesday: 8am - 4pm
  • Thursday: 8am - 4pm
  • Friday: 8am - 4pm
  • Saturday: CLOSED
  • Sunday: CLOSED
advanced-floating-content-close-btnszámítógép üzlet és szerviz Balatonföldvár - használ és új notebook, laptop, kellékek