What is a cookie?
Cookies are small pieces of text that are stored on your hard
drive by a web server to enable the same information to be recalled
later. They are not computer programs, they can't be executed
and cannot be used to disseminate viruses.
Provided that the web site does not store any personal information
in the cookie, they do not present a security risk in any way.
Further information on Cookies can be found on the aboutcookies.org
your PC and the RAYNET web server, reducing the risk of anyone
else from using your session on the webserver. In addition, they
are used to keep track of your navigation through the RAYNET web
The type of cookie we use is removed when you close your web
browser (known as a session cookie) and the data it contains is
meaningless to any other program or web site.
No personal information is held in the cookie and our use of
cookies complies with current UK Internet legislation.
If still wish to block most cookie types, the RAYNET web site
only requires session cookies to be enabled.