Like most other web-sites, Flirthut uses a standard technology called "cookies". Cookies are small chunks of information that are stored on your computer when you use the site. Cookies contain encrypted information that include your IP address and details of the computer/device you are accessing the site from. We need this information so that we can identify you as a unique member or guest. Corresponding information is also stored on our database but is regularly changed for security and is removed after a set time. This information isn't something we use directly. It's related more to how our servers identify users. Flirthut also stores information such as an encrypted ID number for identification, some details related to your membership for authentication and your site preferences to make your browsing experience quicker.
Flirthut will not work without cookies being enabled. This is because we need to know certain things in order to ensure the information we give you is correct and relevant to you. For example, when you set your search preferences, our cookie will store your search preferences so that you don't have to keep doing this every time a page loads. We can also ensure that you remain logged in to Flirthut, otherwise we would have to ask you for your login details every time a page loaded.
Yes. Cookies are used by most sites on the internet. Cookies are stored on your computer discreetly and can be found by searching for cookie information in your browser. All the Cookies we use are encrypted. Deleting cookies that have been created by Flirthut will not harm your computer but will mean all your preferences and login details will be reset, so you'll have to login again. You cannot use Flirthut without having cookies enabled because certain pages require your authentication before you can access them.
By using Flirhut either as a Guest (a person who has not registered to use our site) or a Member (a person who has registered with us), you agree to accept cookies from Flirthut.
This page was last updated: 4th May 2018