About Exchange Cookies

Anypoint Exchange uses cookies to save user settings, enhance the user experience, and improve performance.

In general, websites use multiple types of cookie:

  • Required cookies necessary for the site to work correctly

  • Functional cookies necessary for certain site functionality

  • Functional cookies that are not necessary for any site functionality

  • Advertising cookies

Exchange requires some cookies to work correctly, including cookies for session details and authentication information.

Exchange normally uses functional cookies, including cookies for site analytics. However, Exchange does not require any functional cookies for site functionality.

Content in Exchange documentation often uses advertising cookies. If a video embedded in an Exchange portal is hosted on a third-party site such as YouTube that uses advertising cookies, then the video is not visible to a website visitor who disables advertising cookies, and the visitor sees a message explaining this.

Exchange provides public portal website visitors with cookie consent management and full documentation of all cookies, in compliance with marketing and privacy regulations.

Some countries require that websites use non-essential cookies only after the website visitor has granted explicit consent.

When a user in a country with this requirement visits an Exchange public portal for the first time, Exchange notifies the user about the cookies stored in the browser, and the user accepts the default settings or opens the cookie consent manager to configure their cookie settings. Exchange finds the user’s country by IP address.

The Exchange cookie preferences button enables users in all countries to open the cookie consent manager and review or modify their settings at any time.

The cookie consent manager shows settings for required cookies, functional cookies, and advertising cookies, and general information about cookies.

Website visitors use the cookie consent manager to view the cookies the site uses, view descriptions of all individual cookies and understand what these cookies are doing, and enable or disable functional and advertising cookies.

Vanity Domains

If you enable a vanity domain for your Exchange public portal, enable cookie consent management with the public portal vanity domain instructions.

Cookies Used by Exchange

Cookie Name Duration Cookie type Description

__cfduid

Session

Required

Helps Cloudflare detect malicious visitors to our customers' websites and minimizes blocking legitimate users.

__tld__

Session

Functional

Tracks visitors on multiple websites and presents advertising relevant to the visitor’s preferences.

_csrf

Session

Required

Helps prevent Cross-Site Request Forgery attacks for site security.

_ga

730 days

Functional

Calculates visitor, session, and campaign data for site analytics.

_gat

Session

Functional

Throttles the request rate to limit the collection of data on high traffic sites.

_gid

1 day

Functional

Registers a unique ID to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.

ajs%3Acookies

365 days

Functional

Supports use, service performance, and functionality of websites.

ajs%3Atest

365 days

Functional

Counts visits and tracks other metrics related to website traffic for performance analytics.

ajs_anonymous_id

365 days

Funuctional

Counts how many people visit the site for site analytics.

ajs_group_id

365 days

Functional

Tracks visitor usage and events within the website.

ajs_user_id

365 days

Functional

Helps track visitor usage, events, and target marketing, and sometimes also measures application performance and stability.

amplitude_cookie_test

Session

Functional

Detects whether partner data synchronization is functioning and currently running.

amplitude_id_7856322d613393b800727439f0954eb9mulesoft.com

3650 days

Functional

Uses Amplitude to identify unique user visits for accurate web analytics.

amplitude_idundefinedmulesoft.com

Session

Functional

Uses Amplitude to identify unique user visits for accurate web analytics.

amplitude_testmulesoft.com

Session

Functional

Uses Amplitude to identify unique user visits for accurate web analytics.

exchange.sess

Session

Required

Maintains a user session within Exchange. No personal information is stored in the cookie.

exchange.sess.sig

Session

Required

Stores the signature used to validate the Exchange session cookie.

IDE

729 days

Advertising

Supports the Doubleclick platform, a real time bidding advertising exchange.

JSESSIONID

Session

Functional

Supports the New Relic platform for monitoring performance of web and mobile applications.

mulesoft.sess

Session

Required

Maintains a user session within Anypoint Platform. No personal information is stored in the cookie.

mulesoft.sess.sig

Session

Required

Stores the signature used to validate the Anypoint Platform session cookie.

test_cookie

Session

Advertising

Supports the Doubleclick platform, a real time bidding advertising exchange.

XSRF-TOKEN

Session

Required

Helps prevent Cross-Site Request Forgery attacks for site security.

zarget_visitor_info

365 days

Functional

Supports analytics and customization.

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