1. Check the address bar
When you visit a website, the address bar in your browser will show a padlock icon if the website is secure. If you see a padlock icon, you can click on it to view the website’s security certificate. This will show you a list of all the cookies that the website is using.
2. Use the developer console
I on Windows or
I on Mac. Once the developer console is open, select the “Application” tab. Under the “Storage” section, you will see a list of all the cookies that are currently stored in your browser.
3. Use a cookie scanner
There are a number of online tools that can scan your website for cookies. These tools can be a helpful way to identify all the cookies that are being used on your website, including cookies that are set by third-party services.
4. Contact your web hosting provider
It is important to note that not all cookies are created equal. Some cookies are essential for the proper functioning of a website, while others are used for tracking or marketing purposes. If you are concerned about your privacy, you can choose to block or delete cookies from your browser.