Cookies Policy

This website uses cookies.

Intervia IT complies with the provisions of Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on information society services and electronic commerce, which has transposed Directive 2009/136/EC, known as the Cookies Law.

Royal Decree-Law 13/2012, of 30 March, transposing directives on the internal electricity and gas markets and on electronic communications, Article 4 of which amends Law 34/2002 of 11 July 2002, leaving Article 22.2 of said Law on the Rights of recipients of services as follows:
Service providers may use data storage and retrieval devices on terminal equipment of the recipients, provided that they have given their consent after having received clear and complete information on their use, in particular on the purposes of data processing, in accordance with the provisions of Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December 1999 on the Protection of Personal Data.

Where technically possible and effective, the recipient's consent to the processing of the data may be given by the use of appropriate browser or other application settings, provided that the recipient must configure them during installation or updating by express action.

This shall not preclude the possible storage or access of a technical nature solely for the purpose of effecting the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network or, to the extent strictly necessary, for the provision of an information society service expressly requested by the addressee.

Due to the last paragraph of the law, we inform you that Intervia IT's website does not use cookies for the processing of personal data, its use being limited to strictly technical needs to provide the services requested by the user of our website.

What are cookies and how do they work?

Cookies are small pieces of data that are stored in the user's browser so that they can be retrieved later. Its use is generally technical, for the correct functioning of web services, such as maintaining user sessions, or for statistical control.

Cookies of a domain can only be retrieved from that domain, for example, cookies sent from, could not be retrieved when visiting, but using tricks it is possible to identify users among several associated websites.

This raised suspicions that led to the creation of a European directive to warn of the use of cookies, as some websites use them to identify the browsing habits of users through various websites.

This regulation obliges you to report the use of cookies, but in practice, it does not prevent these practices from analyzing usage habits, since companies prevent the use of their services or use other programming tricks without the use of cookies, which is undetectable or unregulated.

Our website does not cross data with any other website or make individual analysis of users, we only use cookies for technical purposes, without individualizing users or cross them with other websites or platforms.

Even so, the user who visits our website may choose to reject the cookies that we send or delete them when they leave the browser if he or she believes that the use we make of them violates your privacy.

Below is a link with instructions to refuse cookies, if you choose.

If you block cookies from our website, you will be blocking routines necessary for the proper functioning of services, specifically, if cookies are rejected:
  • You will not be able to log in to protected areas
  • Shopping will not be possible
  • No comments can be left on our blog
  • The source for dyslexics cannot be activated
  • The status of the navigation bar cannot be changed
  • The warning that we use cookies cannot be removed

The cookie acceptance warning is always displayed on all pages. If you do not want to see the warning every time you visit this website, click the "Delete this warning" button. The warning will no longer be displayed, as long as you keep the cookie "cookies_agree" in your browser.

Cookies are also sent even if you do not delete the warning. If you do not wish to receive cookies from our website, read below how to reject or delete cookies from your browser or do not visit our website, we do not oblige anyone to use our services.
  • Types of cookies

  • Session Cookies: Delete them when you close your browser.
  • Persistent Cookies: They remain stored in the browser.
  • Own Cookies: They belong to the web that is visited.
  • Third Party Cookies: They belong to another owner, who provides services to the owner's website.

Cookies used on

Own cookies (we do NOT use third-party cookies)
Cookie Purpose of the cookie Duration
PHPSESSID PHP standard Cookie to control session maintenance and access to restricted content. Expires when you close the browser.
auto Cookie of the WEBvivo Framework, Cookie for automatic restoration of the user's session, resetting the PHPSESSID cookie without re-entering credentials on each visit. One month after installation or update.
cookies_agree Cookie of the WEBvivo Framework, sent on each visit if it does not exist previously in the browser. It has a unique identifier (hash) that is used to differentiate real users from bots. It also records whether the cookie warning was requested to be removed. Two months after installation or update.
lang Cookie of the WEBvivo Framework, which allows pages to be loaded in the user's favorite language. It is sent only when the user manually selects the language change, since the platform reads the language configured in the user's browser. One year after installation or update.
opendyslexic Cookie of the WEBvivo Framework, which allows the user to upload the web using the font "Opendyslexic" which makes it easier for people with dyslexia to read. The cookie is sent when the user requests to activate the font. One year after installation or update.
staticnavbar Cookie of the WEBvivo Framework, which allows the user to make the top bar of the web scroll with the scroll instead of remaining static at the top. This is useful when using very small screens, for example on old mobile phones, so that there is no part of the screen constantly occupied. The cokkie is activated when the user requests to change the status of the navigation bar. One year after installation or update.
anti-captcha-crc Cookie used by Wordpress's "anti-captcha" antispam module, used to detect bots that automatically advertise on blogs. It consists of a "hash" (a random numeric code), which is sent before commenting on the blog. The cookie is only installed if you access our blog. One hour after installation.
wordfence_verifiedHuman Cookie used by Wordpress "Wordfence" security module, used to detect attacks on our blog. It is used in a similar way to anti-captcha, to detect if who connects to our blog is a real user or a bot. The cookie is only installed if you access our blog. One hour after installation.
wfvt Cookie used by Wordpress "Wordfence" security module, used to detect visitors and whether the same person tries to log in repeatedly. The cookie is only installed if you access our blog. 30 minutes after installation.

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These are the cookies that your browser stores for the domain and the values they contain:

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How to reject cookies?

Remember: If you disable the cookies of, you will always see the warning and you will not be able to log in to our website or make purchases.

You can set your browser to refuse to install all parts of the cookies, or to be notified when a cookie is sent to you.

Each browser is configured differently, on the following pages you will find links to instructions for setting the cookies of the most frequently used browsers: