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Help Stand: 22.04.2016


Notice: Via the browser specific print-menu you can either print or save the document to your disk. (e.g. .pdf). Click the print button in the headline above to print the whole page or in any subsection to only print this specific section. If you want to print the site without any images then remove the check mark in the headline above.

Login

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Fill in your data in the provided login form. By clicking Stay signed in your session data is remembered the next time.
Note:
A session is automatically terminated after 45 minutes if you don't save your session.

enable JavaScript

Internet Explorer (Microsoft)

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To enable JavaScript, press the Alt + X shortcut (or click the settings button in the upper right corner).
Afterwards, click on internet options
In the new window choose security and select the Custom level.. button. Now scroll to the Scripting section and choose Enable in the Active scripting subsection.

Chrome (Google)

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To enable JavaScript, simply click the document-icon in your browsers url-bar. Afterwards, click Site settings. You get redirected to Content Settings as shown in figure 9.
Alternatively, go to the browser settings and look for JavaScript in the Content Settings as described here

Note: If you don't want to enable JavaScript for every website, you can simply add LeakControl to your exceptions.

Firefox (Mozilla)

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To enable JavaScript, type the following into the url-bar of your browser: about:config. Confirm the warning message if necessary.
Enter javascript:enabled in the search field. Now, open the dropdown menu by right-clicking the first suitable result and choose switch. The value has to be true afterwards.

enable Cookies

general information

Cookies are small, text based files that are stored on your computer during a session.
These files solely contain information about your account or your current session and help the system to authenticate your identity.
When a session is completed, all cookies are deleted.

Internet Explorer (Microsoft)

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To enable cookies, press the Alt + X shortcut (or click the gear wheel button in the top right).
Afterwards, click internet options
In the new window, choose privacy. Now, move the modulator at least to middle.

Notice for Microsoft Edge:
Click on the symbol with the three dots in the top right corner and then select settings. Then click on View advanced settings. In the section Cookies select Don´t block Cookies

Chrome (Google)

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To enable cookies, open the browser settings. Afterwards, click show advanced settings...
Look for the privacy section and click Content settings.... In the Cookies section, choose Allow local data to be set.
Note: If you don't want to allow cookies to every website you can simply add LeakControl to your exceptions.

Firefox (Mozilla)

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To enable cookies, open the browser settings. In the new window, choose privacy.
In the History section, choose Firefox will: Remember history or add LeakControl to your exceptions.

Browser support

We want to ensure that we support all common browsers. For the best experience we recommend to use
- Internet Explorer 9 or higher
- Google Chrome version 49 or higher
- Mozilla Firefox version 44 or higher

If you use LeakControl on an Android device, we suggest to use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or the standard Android browser. On iPhone or iPad you can use Safari.

Using a browser not mentioned or device or an old version of the mentioned browser can make errors in presentation and functionality.