What are cookies?
Cookies are small text strings that the websites visited send to the devices, where they are stored and relayed once the user visits the website again. If you do not want to accept cookies, you can still browse the site, but some features of this site may be disabled.
Cookies are in no way harmful to your device.Cookies cannot be used to retrieve other data from the hard disk, transmit computer viruses or identify and use e-mail addresses.
Cookies are used for several purposes, in order to ensure the correct functioning of the Site and offer a better and more efficient browsing experience. Cookies may perform different functions and have got different features. Cookies can be used by Data Controller either by Third Parties.

Details below of how use cookies and similar tools.

Navigation Cookies

Navigation cookies allows you to move in the website and use all of its features. Without navigation cookies, the required services can not be provided. Navigational cookies are necessary to store a unique identifier for managing and identifying a user as unique as other users who are currently visiting the site. Examples of “events” for which you need the use of Navigation Cookies:

  • Remember previous actions, if you browse back during the same session
  • Management of security token to the various services provided within the same site to identify, for example, the status of the user (registered, not registered)
  • Navigation in the reserved area of the website
  • Routing of customers towards specific versions / applications services

Performance cookies

Performance Cookies may belong to or to third-party partners. Performance cookies may be session or persistent and their use is limited to performance and improvement of the website. These cookies collect information about how the visitor uses the wesbite (example: pages displayed). These cookies in no case collect information about the user’s identification. All information collected is anonymous and only used to help us improving the website performance. Web Analytics, Affiliation Systems, A/B tests belong to this type of cookie.

Functional cookies

These cookies may belong to or other partners. These cookies are related to the userís actions on the website. They can be used, for example, to avoid offering a previously-offered and refused service to a user for the second time. Functional cookies allows website to remember the userís choices, including username, language, country of origin, etc … The information collected by these cookies is anonymous and can not track user behavior on other sites. Functional cookies insure that the website remember settings that a user has applied to an Internet site such as layout, font size, preferences, color etc; Remembering a choice so that a questionnaire is no longer required to find out if a service has already been offered etc…

Third-party cookies for marketing/retargeting

These cookies are used by partners of in order to present banners of Eurostep Srl within other sites. Whilst browsing, these cookies are also used to show products that you may be interested to or similar to those who have been watching, based on your browsing history. Using these cookies can allow you to connect to your computer or other devices and trace the saved data: these cookies connect to the browser installed on your computer or other devices used during navigation on the website.

How can I disable cookies?

Most browsers automatically accept cookies, but the user may also choose to disable them.
This could prevent you from moving freely from one page to another and enjoying all the peculiarities of the website. However, if you do not wish to accept cookies, you may change your browser settings (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari etc.). Disabling cookies may mean that the website may not work properly and/or offer limited services.
The following are instructions on how to do this in the four most popular browsers:

Microsoft Internet Explorer

Click on the “Tools” menu and select “Internet Options”. Select “Privacy” and choose your privacy settings. Here you may select your new privacy settings.

Google Chrome

Click on the “Tools” icon and select “Settings”. Choose “Advanced settings”, under “Privacy” click “Content settings” “Cookies”. Click the button to toggle Accept Cookies to Off, and save your settings.

Mozilla Firefox

On the menu bar, click “Tools” and then “Options”. Select “Privacy” in the pop-up window to set your cookie settings.


On the menu bar, please select “Preferences”. Then click on “Privacy” and adjust your cookie settings.

To learn more about cookies and how to manage or disable third-party or marketing/retargeting cookies, visit To disable analytical cookies in order to prevent Google Analytics from collecting your web browsing data, download the Google Analytics: