Rabobank uses cookies and similar techniques to ensure the correct and secure operation of its website. It also enables us to inform you better. About relevant products and services on for example. Did you know that there are different types of cookies? And do you know what they are used for? The following is an overview of the relevant information for our websites and

Why do we use cookies?

The information stored in cookies is used for our website. We install these cookies to ensure the correct and safe use. For these types of cookies we do not need your permission.

Deleting cookies

It is up to you which cookies you allow. Do you want to prevent websites from installing cookies on your computer, tablet or mobile telephone? Then delete your cookies by adjusting your browser settings. You have to adjust these cookie settings separately for each browser. Note however that deleting cookies means the developer portal will not function correctly.

Cookies and other techniques

The following list shows you the cookies that and use. Their names correspond with files installed on your computer, tablet or mobile telephone. We also explain the use of Local Storage.

Cookies for properly functioning websites

Name of cookie Description Storage period
BIGipServer* Cookies which begin with 'BIGipServer' are used to distribute traffic across the various Rabobank computer systems. Expires after a session
SSESS* Cookie used to record the user session during a visit. With every new visit a new and random number is generated. Does not expire, refreshed each login
has_js Cookie indicating if your browser supports Javascript. Does not expire
Drupal.visitor.logoff Cookie indicating if the user logged out after the account is activated and show message "Account created successfully. Please login to continue." Deleted during session
Drupal.visitor.i* Cookies used to be able to give a status message to the user (e.g. after successfully registering). Expires after 1 day / after showing message
Drupal.visitor.* Cookies used to fill the contact form fields when returning to submit the contact form again. Expires after 1 day
Drupal.visitor.legal_* Cookies used to determine if the user accepted the latest Terms of Use. Expires after 1 day / after accepting

Local Storage

Sometimes your data is not stored in a cookie, but in the 'local storage' of your browser. We use HTML5 Local Storage to store data. This works more or less the same way as cookies. With local storage, you decide how long the browser keeps the data. This depends on your browser settings and/or on how often you delete your browser history.

The following data is stored in your local storage:

Data When is the cookie stored? Purpose of storing
i18nextLng Properly functioning website This is used to store the language preference of the user.