Free Website Cookie Scanner Tool

The best cookie scanning tool that scans your website for cookies in seconds and generates a detailed report.

Cookie Scan

How it works?

Simple steps for scanning cookies

1. The cookie checker will crawl through the homepage and activate all cookies set by the site server on the page.

2. It will identify the cookies based on their properties and using our cookie database. It will then group them into different categories like necessary, analytics and marketing.

3. It generates a detailed scan report that you can use to collect cookie consent using TermsHub and use it in your privacy or cookie policy. We will send it to your email.

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It is really important to stay up to date in legal. We continuously track law changes and update cookie consent banner and documents to make the best compliance solutions. No exception for cookies, scan cookies yourself or let us to do everything for you.

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Cookie compliance with TermsHub

Identifying cookies on your website isn’t enough. To comply with GDPR and CCPA, you must get visitors’ cookie consent. With TermsHub’ cookie consent banner, effortlessly manage cookie consent on your website. Do not forget, GDPR and CCPA are not optional.

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What are you worried about

What are cookies?

Cookies are tiny text files that a website stores on a user's browser whenever they visit the site. Websites use cookies for many purposes. For example, they can store login statuses, remember items in an online shopping cart, identify if a user is returning or new, and analyze user behavior.

There are many types of cookies: Cookies can be classified based on their purpose. Cookies are necessary for the website to function properly. For example, The cookies that verify that you are logged in. Non-essential cookies do not affect the website's functionality. However, websites often use these cookies to provide additional services. For example, These cookies are used to display pop-up ads on certain websites.

Cookies can be classified based on where they came from into first-party or third-party cookies. The website that the user is visiting sets first-party cookies. These cookies are used to check login status and store shopping cart items. To track user behavior on the current website, third-party cookies can be set by websites and tools. Google Analytics cookies, for example, track users to measure conversions.

Cookies can be classified based on the duration of their use into session and persistent cookies. Session cookies expire once the session is over and the browser closes. The session cookies of a shopping website, for example, keep items in the shopping basket even if the user visits a different page. Persistent cookies on the other side of the coin are persistent and remain in the browser for a longer time. They don't expire until the expiration time. Persistent cookies are different from session cookies. They keep the items in the online shopping basket even after the browser closes, so the user can still access them when he returns.

Why check cookies on a website?

The simple answer is to comply with the law. Websites must comply with privacy laws such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Cookie Law (ePrivacy Directive). In addition, transparency is required in the data collection process. The webmaster must be transparent about what cookies are used on the site, why they are installed, and who has access.

Websites should inform users about cookies using a banner, more information about cookies, and privacy policies.

Before you can share the cookie information with users, it is necessary first to know which cookies have been set by your website. Then, you can find the list of cookies stored on your website and compile them.

Notify users that cookies cannot be stored on their browsers without their permission.

How to manually check cookies on the website?

The developer console for all major browsers (such as Google Chrome, Safari, and Microsoft Edge) allows you to check the cookies of a website.

What is a cookie scanner?

A cookie scanner scans websites for cookies and creates a report with detailed information. A cookie scanner is a tool that scans websites for cookies and generates a report with detailed information.

Cookie Checker, a cookie scanner tool, identifies and generates reports on cookies from websites in just seconds.

Why scan cookies on the website?

It can take a lot of time to check your browser for cookies when visiting a website manually. To view details, you will need to click on each cookie. A cookie scanner collects cookie information in less time.

Instead of having to go through each cookie individually, you can get a combined report. This information is comprehensive and can be used to add to your privacy or cookie policy.

Why use Cookie Checker?

TermsHub's cookie scanner is a freeware that can monitor and track all cookies being used on a website. After entering the URL, the scanner will run a scan and crawl through the page to find all cookies. It will then generate a report in tabular format. This report contains information about cookies such as their name, description (purpose), domain, duration, type, and more. This information can be shared with website visitors to help you get closer to cookie compliance.

What are the requirements for GDPR compliant use of cookies?

A cookie banner must be displayed on your website to ensure that you comply with the law regarding the use of cookies. This will allow you to inform users and get their consent. The website should not place cookies on users' browsers before they give consent. The site cannot load cookies if the user refuses to give consent.

TermsHub is a powerful and easy solution to cookie consent and compliance. This will allow you to display a cookie banner that can be customized to fit your website's design.

TermsHub It will block any third-party cookies automatically before users give their consent. It will also scan multiple pages to find all cookies and add them to the cookie list after they have been categorized. It also adds a description of each cookie, detailing its purpose. This ensures that the cookies' information is accurate and users consent to them.

The Cookie Checker web scanner report can be used to add details to your cookie or privacy policy. TermsHub Privacy Policy Generator is a free and easy way to create a template for your GDPR privacy policy.