Here you'll find a detailed explanation about the four individual cookies addwish are setting when a user is visiting your webshop.
awtracking: This is the visitor's unique ID, which is used for tracking - so addwish can recognize the visitor as well as ensure the best possible and personal experience of the visitor across the addwish features in your webshop. This is also an essential part of the relations graph addwish are generating on top of all your products.
chosenLang: This is the language identifier of the visitor, this is mainly used to ensure a local language experience of the user when interacting with the addwish wish list.
AWSELB: This is an internal and technical ID for the individual visitor, to ensure the load balancing part of the scalable addwish server setup (hosted on Amazon) are connecting the visitor session with the corresponding data center.
JSESSIONID: This is also an internal and technical ID assigned to the individual visitor to keep track of and identify the same session across the internal addwish infrastructure.
In general, the use-case of the addwish cookies is to gather and track visitor behavior – to ensure the addwish solution can deliver a personal and relevant shopping experience across the addwish features you've enabled in your webshop.