What is it?

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer and saved by your browser. The cookies cannot be assigned to specific persons and do not contain any personal data. A combination of this data with other data sources is not made. Most of the cookies we use are so-called "session cookies", which are deleted after the browser session ends. Cookies do not cause any damage to your computer and do not contain viruses. If you wish to prevent the use of cookies, you can refuse the acceptance of cookies in your browser. An opt-out option is available in the privacy policy. You can read how this works in detail at the bottom of this page.

The following cookies are set

Google Analytics (cookie lifetime: 2 years).
Google Analytics is a web analytics tool that helps website owners analyze how visitors interact with their websites. Google Analytics uses "first-party" cookies to analyze visitor interactions. These cookies are used to store information. This includes, for example, the time of the website visit, the frequency with which the visitor accessed the website, and from where the visitor accessed the website. "First-party" cookies are not accessed by browsers across domains.


Caching lifetime of CSS and Javascript files
To give you the best possible speed on our website, we store the lifetime of CSS and Javascript in a cookie. As long as the cookie is valid, these files will be loaded from the local browser cache when you visit the Wolf website again. If the cookie is not set or invalid, the CSS and Javascript files will be requested again by the Wolf website.


Cookieconsent_dismissed (cookie lifetime: 1 year)
This cookie is used to save the acceptance of the cookies on the banner of the start page.


Instructions for changing the cookie behavior of your browser

You can configure your web browser so that it accepts all cookies, rejects them or notifies you when a cookie is sent. To do this, please proceed as follows, depending on the browser you use:


Microsoft Internet Explorer

  1. In the "Tools" menu, select the "Internet Options" item.
  2. Within the "Internet Options" menu, click on the "Privacy" tab.
  3. Here you can make security settings for the different Internet zones. At this point, you set whether and which cookies should be accepted or rejected.
  4. Finally, the setting must be confirmed with "OK".

Mozilla Firefox

  1. In the "Tools" menu, select the "Settings" item.
  2. Now click on the item "Privacy".
  3. In the "Privacy" menu, use the drop-down menu to select the entry "Create according to user-defined settings".
  4. Now you can set whether cookies should be accepted or not. Furthermore, you can specify how long you want to keep these cookies and possibly add exceptions (websites) for this setting.
  5. Finally, the setting must be confirmed with "OK".

Google Chrome:

  1. Click on the Chrome menu in the browser toolbar (top right).
  2. Now select the "Settings" item, scroll down to the "Show advanced settings" entry and click on it.
  3. Under the "Privacy" item, click on the "Content settings" item.
  4. There you can make the following settings under the item "Cookies":
  5. Delete cookies
  6. Block cookies by default
  7. Allow cookies by default
  8. Delete cookies and website data by default after exiting the browser
  9. Allow exceptions for cookies from certain websites or domains
  10. Afterwards, click "Done" to save the settings.
  11. The preferences browser window can be closed.

Apple Safari

  1. Click on the gear icon in the browser toolbar (top right).
  2. Now select the item "Preferences".
  3. In the menu that appears, you must now select the "Preferences" item again.
  4. In the next window please open the tab "Privacy".
  5. In order to deactivate cookies, please set the checkmark in front of the entry "Always" under "Block cookies". If you want to enable cookies again, check the "Never" box.
  6. Afterwards you have to accept the settings.

If you do not use any of the above browsers, select the "Cookies" option in the "Help" function to find out where your cookies folder is stored.