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IE Cookies, Control Cookie? Session State

Q: IE Cookies, Control Cookie? Session State

So from what I found out so far I have an unusual problem....maybe no but having a hard time troubleshooting and I am almost completely bald trying to find the answer.

So....I have a server running small business which is hooked into the switch which then goes to 10 workstations with windows 2000.

I have cable internet it's run from the modem to a router then to the server. (I believe so but the server used to be unprotected and connected directly to the internet and we had a major meltdown about 3 months a go and had a professional come in and fix it)

Everything was running fine until about a month ago. So I am doing my daily marketing on yahoo. I open up 2 IE windows. One is for the Yahoo Marketing Site. The other is to see my site placement on Yahoo. (that way I make sure I am not spending too much or to little on Yahoo)

The problem I am having now is when I do a search for a keyword of mine to see my placement for that keyword, I don't see my listing. I don't even see my competitors sites, Just a but of really bad choices that have the keyword in it. Almost like it has listed the worst last. Only mine isn't at the end either. So I checked on all the other computer and still can't find the site. I don't see it on Google, or Altavista either.

I go home after work and try to do some catch up. I check to see if I can now see my site listings...Thinking it was a glitch that happened. I have no problem finding it. I am listed right where I should be.

I go to work the next day thinking it's fixed and do the search again. Nothing.......Just a bunch of crap.

Perplexed I call Yahoo ( I know....)and I am told to go to Megaproxy.com (or net) and type in a website address. This is supposed to be a private way to surf the net? I get a message that says my session state cookies may already have 20. ?? IE cannot fid the site. The girl on the phone asked me to delete the cookies and temp files and try again. Still nothing. Downloaded and tried Firefox. Same thing. I was then told to contact the vender of my browser. Ya right!!!!all the answers were in a programming language. Microsofts answer was to make a change in the web.config file from false to true in the stateless cookies section...Ok.....but which one. My server has a couple. I find the section and change the information. The only thing that happened was that my browser went wierd. Sometimes it would open the site others it would take 2 or 3 tries before it would load. Sometimes it wouldn't load at all. Still can 't see my site listings. At home or from friends computers I can.

I called my service provider to see if they had an answer. They couldn't. But did say that it had something to do with my internal network before it hit the web...DUH!!!!!!

please someone help me.....


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Hi! I cannot use the "remember me" feature on sites such as Gmail, Facebook, Yahoo, online banking, etc. When attempting to log into online banking, I recieve the message that "session cookies are not enabled". I know how to enable cookies and have done so under Internet Options> Privacy> Advanced... I don't know if it's malware related, and nothing I've tried has picked it up or fixed it. I've used AVG, Symantec, Spybot S&D and a few others in failed attempts to find anything malicious. I also have HijackThis and can post a log in the other forum if needed, just let me know. I've read the "read before posting" information and hopefully have included the appropriate info. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much!

PS - If I click "remember me" when logging in to Gmail, the page "redirects" for a while and then doesn't go anywhere. In order to even access the Gmail homepage again, I have to clear my cookies. Also, I have uninstalled any P2P software, as I am now aware of how dangerous it can be.

Here are the contents of my DDS.txt

DDS (Version 1.0) - NTFSx86
Run by Joe at 12:26:46.75 on Tue 12/23/2008
Microsoft Windows XP Professional 5.1.2600.3.1252.1.1033.18.511.147 [GMT -7:00]

============== Running Processes ===============

C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost -k DcomLaunch
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs
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A:Cookies Enabled, but not recognized by websites requiring session cookies

Hello! I accidentally placed my thread in the wrong forum and am wondering if someone in admin would be able to move it to the General Computer Security forum. If not, is it ok if I re-post it there? Thank you!!

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Do you know of any plug-ins or programs that will remove all cookies as if they were session cookies when I close my browser? I heard that there are out there but I could not find them.

A:Program to remove all cookies as if they were session cookies

Never used it myself but won't this solve that?
IE->Tools->Internet Options->Advanced Tab

Allow active content from CDs to run on My Computer*
Allow active content to run in files on My Computer*
Allow software to run or install even if the signature is invalid
Check for publisher's certificate revocation
Check for server certificate revocation*
Check for signatures on downloaded programs
Do not save encrypted pages to disk
Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when browser is closed
Enable Integrated Windows Authentication*
Enable memory protection to help mitigate online attacks
Enable native XMLHTTP support
Enable Profile Assistant
Phishing Filter

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Have a friend of mine who purchased a DELL laptop a year or so ago.

Since then, and even after updating IE to IE7, he still has the same problem, he cannot login to any site that requires cookies and/or session variables.

I have made sure that cookies are enabled, added thre websitesd to trusted zone set it to prompt for 1st and 3rd party cookies, etc... but still nothing.

If he logs in (even to this site), it will not remember him and ask him to log in again.

I'm at a loss as to what the problem is, can anyone figure this one out?


A:Connot view cookie/session enabled websites

I am very curious about this as I am having a similar issue with SOME sites that require log-in/cookies (currently, Dogphoria and Craigslist are not allowing me to log in, but Myspace and my business site are fine). I'm on a Sony VAIO. I upgraded from IE6 to IE7 after these issues started about two weeks ago and I've ruled out the settings. Who is your ISP? I connect through COX. I'm starting to suspect something on their end. I'm going to try connecting via my laptop at Starbucks later today.

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Hey all.

So I got a new computer, and I'm running Windows 8.1 and using IE 11. For some reason, I got to ESPN.com and try to sign in and it says cookies must be enabled to sign in. I turned on the overriding of cookie handling function, and I also changed something to allow all cookies. Nothing seems to be working.

Also, on some of the forums I frequent, I cannot stay logged in which would have to do with cookies, too, right? Just when I thought I knew about computers, an annoying problem like this pops up. It's bad enough I have to re-enter my username and password on some sites, but in the case of the ESPN.com issue, I can't log in at all.

Please help

A:C is For Cookie, But Not For Me! Need Help With Cookies!

Well with my username I just had to post.

I would suggest deleting all cookies as some may be corrupt. Be sure you know all of your passwords for logging into sites before doing this as you will have to enter them again.

Then try logging in and you should get a new cookie.

If that doesn't solve it then go to the following link:


Scroll down to the section entitled To customize cookie settings and enter the sites you want to allow under Sites.

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Can?t log in as two different users in Firefox at the same time?how do i fix this in java code?

A:why does session timeout occur when two tabs share cookie in mozilla/IE7


Welcome to TSF!!

Let me see if I understand what you are saying. You want to be logged into one user on your computer, but have two different profiles open in FF? I am not sure that this is possible.

The second part to your question is that you want to rewrite or write new code that will do this for you?


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Hi Experts

I needs urgent solution of below requrement. 
MY Clents requirment is to Enable the settings peromantly for all users of IE 11.
Tools ==>Internet option --> Privacy --> Advanced -->Enable (check box) on Always allow session cookie.

I am looking registry solution of Always allow session cookie so that I can implement that registry settings through the Group POlicy prefernces.

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When I use a internet cafe terminal and try to view my account with a financial bookmaker I am unable to get access. It appears that the computer is unable to accept " session cookies " How do I solve this problem.

Regards Lingfield.

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I have a new account with a customer and they require me to go to there bar code generator site to generate a bar code for shipping, when I go to that site to generate the bar code it says session cookies must be enabled to use bar code generator. I went to tools, Internet options, security, custom, and looked for cookies to enable but it is showing nothing. Is there another way that I dont know about. I am running windows xp pro, with Internet explorer 6. Please help
Thank you.

A:Session Cookies

session cookies (I won't delve into the technicalities) are similar to normal cookies in that they have the same settings in the internet explorer.

Just go to Tools->internet options->privacy tab->click on 'default'->apply->ok.

If that does not help lower down your cookie setting to 'low' (drag the vertical marker all the way down to the bottom) so that it "Accepts all cookies".

Also do check whether your system clock shows current time and date.

all the very best

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We could not set the session cookie from the child site being loaded in an iFrame from different site. All was working fine before upgrade. It stopped working fine when we upgrade the OS patch

The application works fine when the IE11 version was Version 11.0.9600.1638 and the KB # was KB82888505It stopped working after upgrading the OS patch. The IE 11 version now showing is Version: 11.0.9600.19650 and the KB n# now is KB4540671Below is the link for the Upgrade, we usedhttps://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4540671/cumulative-security-update-for-internet-explorerAttached the settings we did for both older and new version of IE

We would like to know the reason why it stopped working. Should we do any settings enabled. 

MS Blogs

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I've only recently been getting the issue the past few days, but i don't like it.

Basically before this began to happen, i'de start up firefox which was configured to load onto my customized google homepage, which involved an (i presume) automatic loggin, or that it stayed logged in.

Recently, when i open firefox a 'potentially harmful cookie' warning box pops up from windows defender, and Google is never logged in, so i then do a number of things.

Sign in to google, which i now have to do every time i open firefox. Secondly, remove the threat, sometimes a different box pops up that shows two of the same cookie, and one of them cannot be removed... The problem is no matter how many times i remove it, it's back the next time i open firefox.

this is the information i can gather about the cookie.

Threat Location: C:\users\*myname*\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\zhkiyqdd.default\cookies.sqlite

Threat Name: Found tracking cookie.tribalfusion (there is a few that pops up here with different names, this is the current one im looking at)

then it says 'detect on open'.

From what i can gather. This is a cookie in the firefox 3.x version's cookie folder, i have already tried to go and delete 'cookies.sqlite' to no avail. it returns, and the 'potential threat' pops up again when i open up firefox, running an AVG virus scan picks up nothing except a number of tracking cookie... Read more

A:tracking cookie keeps being found as potentially harmfull and Google homepage keeps signing out with every new session



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In IE9, I know I can block all permanent cookies and accept all session cookies by using the "Advanced Privacy Settings" dialog. I also can instruct IE9 to allow cookies that are explicitly put into the list in the "Per Site Privacy Actions" dialog.

But that's not good enough for me.

I don't really want to "block" permanent cookies. I want to accept them all, but only keep them till the end of the session (like Firefox). In other words, I want to turn permanent cookies into session cookies.

Can that be achieved? A user script, maybe?

Edit: I still want to keep permanently those cookies from sites listed in the "Per Site Privacy Actions" dialog. So I can't instruct IE9 to delete all cookies at exit.

A:Accept cookies sent to IE9, but only keep them till the end of session

Hi drkh.
Here's the answer: Internet Explorer - Browsing History - Delete on Exit
Hope that helps!

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- I have a Compaq Presario R3000 (about 5 years old)
- I have Windows XP Home Edition
- I am running Internet Explorer 8

All of a sudden when I log into sites such as AWeber, I am able to login but the minute I try to do something it logs me out and says my session has expired.

This was working just one week ago. The only thing I did between then and now was to run a full Kaspersky anti-virus scan. I went to their forum and they said their software does not deal with cookies.

Here is what I have tried so far.

1. Cleared the cache
2. Deleted browser history and cookies
3. Resynced my Internet time
4. Disabled my Kaspersky anti-virus software
5. Restarted computer several times after doing above steps

Someone suggested I install Firefox but the last time I did that I had lots of problems so I don't want to go that route if I don't have too. And, I'm not sure that will solve this issue.

Any suggestions?

Thanks for the help.


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I downloaded and installed several registry cleaners - wise, 360 and slim. Used them for a few days and then uninstalled them. Now whenever I open an internet browser and go on certain sites i.e. BBC I am asked to accept cookies. I do not get the message again unless I clean my system using CCleaner or the browsers own cleaner. This happens in ie9 and chrome and at any site which makes cookie requests. It is annoying as I like to clean the history regularly. I fear that one of the registry cleaners I used affected some registry keys. I have tried changing all the security settings in chrome and ie and they are set to accept 1st and 3rd party cookies. I have also tried editing some registry keys to no effect. I do not have a restore point. Any suggestions gratefully received. James

A:Cookie request after using a cleaner even though cookies set to accept

Hello James and welcome to Seven Forums.

Many Forum members avoid registry cleaners like the plague. It's not a question of if they'll cause problems but when. If you have a system restore point that goes back to a date/time prior to when the problems began you could ty that.

System Restore

If that doesn't help or if you don't have a restore point, you could try running a System File Checker scan from an elevated command prompt (option two, this tutorial.) If any problems are found run the scan 3 times rebooting in between each scan.

SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker

Please post back if any of this helps or not.

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I've tried using fixes others have had success with for finding and reactivating my cookies folder in IE9 for Windows 7, no luck. This means no cookies are saved, I have to re-logon to sites even when I'm already signed in (if I click links to other pages in the site), cannot access some sites, etc. I tried re-creating a cookies folder where it's supposed to exist already and, sure enough, it said that the folder already exists but it is not visible to me and even if it were it's of no use to me. And YES, of course my hidden files and folders are showing. It's only the cookies I'm having problems with.

My problems started after I cleared my browser history and temporary files, along with manually deleting a lot of cookies. I probably made a mistake, shame on me.

A:IE9 cookies folder lost, cookie functionality gone

Try this:

Go to the address bar in Windows Explorer and put in C: \Documents and Settings\<your account name>\Cookies. The Cookies folder should re-appear if the system is saying it already exists. It's just hiding for some strange reason when you try to navigate to it manually.

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First things first, thanks to all who can help.....

I need to programmatically make some adjustments to the Internet Explorer security settings. Most of these settings I have found but there are a few I have not been able to get a clear exact location for in the registry. I will be using a .BAT file to make
the adjustments on 100+ PCs.

Here is what I am looking for.....

Under the "Internet  Properties" found in control panel, under the "Privacy" tab there is an "Advanced" option button. When I click on it I get an "Advance Privacy Settings" options box. On it are several settings.
The first setting, "Override automatic cookie handling" needs to be checked in order to access the other options. I can do that by adjusting the DWord value of "PrivacyAdvanced" under the "Internet Settings" key in the registry,
"HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet settings", to be specific.

What I have not been able to find are the registry entries for the "First-party Cookies" "Accept, Block, or Prompt" options, the "Third-party Cookies" "Accept, Block, or Prompt" options, and the "Always allow
session cookies" check box. Please see picture below....

I have seen references to the following settings as being where those options exist, but nothing that explains ... Read more

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The SessionID is used to link data on the server with a particular browser "session." By using the cookieless session feature of ASP.NET you'll learn how to not require storing this SessionID in a cookie, but instead as part of the URL.

System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows XP

Presentations are played using the Microsoft Windows Media Player




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Trying again to post my files, using a different computer...

DDS (Ver_11-03-05.01) - NTFSx86
Run by Owner at 17:07:19.94 on Sat 04/02/2011
Internet Explorer: 8.0.6001.18702 BrowserJavaVersion: 1.6.0_18
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition 5.1.2600.3.1252.1.1033.18.447.183 [GMT -7:00]
AV: VirusScan Enterprise + AntiSpyware Enterprise *Enabled/Outdated* {918A2B0B-2C60-4016-A4AB-E868DEABF7F0}
============== Running Processes ===============
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost -k DcomLaunch
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs
C:\Program Files\Ahead\InCD\InCDsrv.exe
C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin\jqs.exe
C:\Program Files\McAfee\Common Framework\FrameworkService.exe
C:\Program Files\McAfee\VirusScan Enterprise\mcshield.exe
C:\Program Files\McAfee\VirusScan Enterprise\vstskmgr.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe -k imgsvc
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\Security Center\SymWSC.exe
C:\Program Files\CyberLink\PowerDVD\PDVDServ.exe
C:\Program Files\Ahead\InCD\InCD.exe
C:\Program Files\eMachines Bay Reader\shwiconem.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Works Shared\WkUFind.exe
C:\Program Files\Roxio\Easy CD Creator 6\AudioCentral\RxMon.exe
C:\Program Files\Roxio\Easy CD Creator 6\AudioCentral\Playlist.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Real\Update_OB\realsch... Read more

A:Re: auto cookie downloads (c:\documents and settings\owner\cookies)

Hello and welcome to TSF. My name is Taylor and I'll be helping you with your fix.

I am currently reviewing your log. Please note that this is under the supervision of an expert analyst, and I will be back with a fix for your problem as soon as possible.

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Please be patient with me during this time.

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Whoo, okay, I have a weird one. Maybe you guys can help, because I'm afraid I'm a little out of my depth.

First of all, necessary specs:
My mum is running Windows 7 Home Premium on her laptop, with AVG Free Anti-Virus. She uses Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Cookies are enabled on all browsers.
I'm running Ubuntu "Lucid Lynx" 10.04. I use Chromium and Firefox, occasionally Opera. Cookies are enabled on all browsers.
I also have an iPad, which is running the latest software. Never had a problem with cookies before.
My brothers use Facebook through Xbox. They can't log in either.
My router settings are set to allow cookies, and according to my ISP, my internet is up and doing fine.

Now, the issue ...

My mum noticed a login loop when she tried to get into Facebook. Every time she tried to log in, it would just redirect her to the login screen. I tried the same thing to no avail.
I can't log in to some other sites as well, such as Photobucket. I can't upload to tinypic either. However, as you may have noticed, I can log in to forums just fine - however, it only keeps me logged in for one session, even if I ask it to remember me.
My neighbours don't seem to be having this issue - except for the neighbour that shares our internet. She can't log in to Facebook either.

Now, here's the kicker. I thought it might have something to do with our IP, so I tried using the Tor/Vidalia proxy assistant to log in to Photobucket from a di... Read more

A:Solved: Cookie errors and login loops when cookies are enabled

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I Have Vmware  Sever and installed Windows 7 Guest operating systems.
Clients Connecting to VM through Windows RD to better performance and of course Audio.
So my question is next:
Can i Watch/Control Clients session to VM through RDP? I`m using Vcenter application to manage VMs.

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Has anyone figured out chrome cookie control?

Seems like I can't get the browser to act the same way twice.
I'm trying Vanilla Cookie Manager out of desperation.

Seems like the only way I can avoid tracking cookies and still be logged on to some sites when I navigate there is to set all to Allow Local Data. Then go around and log in to a bunch of sites I use most. Then set cookies to Session Only. Then set LastPass to AutoLogin for the sites where the cookie doesn't work.

I can't seem to get any consistent behavior. It's really frustrating they haven't done anything about this stuff in 20 years!

A:chrome cookie control

Seems like Vanilla Cookie Manager does nothing good for me. I used it yesterday and today I was manually cleaning out about 40 tracking cookies. Back to my old method of using the built in Chromium white list.

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I've been hunting high and low for info on how to manage Cookie control for IE11 via group policy / group policy preferences but am struggling to find much that helps.

I would like to add a "per site privacy action" as per the sites button on the privacy tab but cannot find a way to do so in Group Policy.
Any suggestions most welcome

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How to set duration session limit?

For instance, after 1 hour of active session, the session is blocked for the following hour.


P.S. Following sets possible time of use for instance from 8h00 till 21h00, but does not prevent an all day usage !
Parental Controls - Set Time Limits

A:How to set session duration limit ? Via Parental Control ?

You should be able to block an entire 24 hour period or multiple 24 hour periods. For example, if you wanted to prevent computer usage from 12noon on Saturday until 7am on Monday (that's 43 consecutive hours of no access) you'd block off the boxes highlighted in yellow.

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Does anyone know of an add-on or app to control cookies on the PC? So far I was using the native feature of Firefox, but lately it's giving me trouble. So I started thinking, there's got to be some add-on that can tell me what each cookie does and deletes automatically those that I don;t want to keep, while protecting those that I do want to keep. Thanks in advance.

A:Add-on (app) to control cookies

Is this of any use for what you want?.

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I've got IE 5.5 on my computer, and I don't want IE 6.0, because that seems to cause probs for me.

Anyways, know of a good program that will allow me to accept and decline cookies that I want or don't want? Preferrably freeware, although shareware that isn't annoying is ok.


A:Mmm... cookies. Know of a good program to control them?


You could try this although many prefer 3rd party programs.

Tools | Internet Options. Security tab. Custom Level.

Scroll to Cookies, and set to Prompt. There are 2 of them. Apply and OK.



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Application REQUIRES persistent cookies to be set, however cookies has to be deleted when application terminates
One way is to delete IE cookies itself 
RunDll32.exe InetCpl.cpl,ClearMyTracksByProcess 2 
Is there any API to delete cookies only with respect to specific WebBrowser Control process
If the only option is to delete IE cookies itself,is there a way to do it silently without getting IE clearing cookies dialog

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I have problem with session manager's session files.

The problem is:
The submitted storage data from firefox which is put between "storage":{ and its matching closing brace }
But in some of my session files there is non equal { and } under storage's braces.

I need to get storage data but in my case it is very hard to do programmatically because finding "storage":{ 's matching brace is impossible because of the non equal { and } in storage data.

My question: is there any character put before or after { and } like /{ or \{ to avoid confusion?

If there is not such thing, I think there could be different solution but i am not sure:
I look couple of my session files; after "storage":{...} there is ,_"formDataSaved" so i can get storage data in this example ... by looking between "storage":{ and ,"_formDataSaved" easily. Is there every time ,"_formDataSaved" after "storage":{ ?

"storage":{ ... },"_formDataSaved":true
Thank you.

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In internet explorer when i open it up and restore my last session it opens up many windows, including my last session, a session i may have had 2 weeks ago and other sessions?

A:Internet explorer last browsing session opens up many session points!

I believe this is the explanation of why this happens....

The behavior of Internet Explorer only remembering the very last window closed is by design.
This happens because each new window becomes a new session.
Internet Explorer is designed to remember the last, not necessarily the most important, window/session that was open.

Browse through the links below to see if they provide further insight...

Internet Explorer Reopen Last Browsing Session - Disable or Enable

Internet Explorer - Reopen Last Browsing Session


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it seems firefox cannot tell the difference between a crash, or if you just have the browser open while shutting down/rebooting

apparently this is a bug, but im just curious.. is there anyway for the restore session option to still be available if theres a crash, but for the message to not come up if the browsers open and you shutdown/reboot?

A:firefox restore session/start new session

That is a bug that has been entered into the bug report that may or may not be corrected in the future. As it stands now, Firefox can't distinguish between a crash and an unexpected closure.
The only options that I know for now is to type about:config in the address bar of Firefox and hit Enter. Go to browser.sessionstore.resume_from_crash and set it to false
This will disable the restore session.
You could try this to disable the message, but it will always be disabled until you remove the preference.
Go into about:config and Right-click in the list and select New> String.
Enter browser.sessionstore.restore_prompt_uri as the pref's name.
Enter javascript:window.close(); as the pref's value.
Close Firefox and the message shouldn't appear. If it doesn't work, just delete the preference.

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hi, just info gathering here; anyone know about http cookie monter intrusion attacks. I have mozilla firefox-latest version 1-0-4, for awhile,.. but just recently my Norton's is detecting/halting quite a few 'http cookie monster' attack intrusion attempts while I browse with Firefox. It's determined to be a 'moderate' threat.... any input out there on this? [ps.I did some googling on this and went to Firefox site- just seeking members input here]

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Hey all
I have created a mulisession data CD, but i cant see the files that were written to the first track? If i go into nero, it says the track exists, and it gives me the right size and all of the total file size, but i cant seem to get at these files at all????

Anyone know how i can access them, or why this might be goin on?


A:Multi session CD's - why cant i see what i wrote to the first session?

Finalise the CD under Nero. This means you cannot write more to it, but it should populate the TOC and enable you to see all sessions.

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i downloaded uniblue but it only repaired 14 errors (trial version), would love to repair the other 100 , and also every time i let the little ones use the PC they watch videos and a bunch of other noise and then i end up with a bunch of cookies of all makes and models..... i raise the security level on cookies in the internet options and then they complain that they cant watch videos or get in other sites, whats up with that ?

A:Registry Needs Repair / Cookies Cookies And More Cookies

Unless you know what you're doing I would stay away from the registry. Cleaning your registry is unlikely to improve your computer's performance in any noticeable way and you run the risk of really screwing up the operating system.

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i have downloaded x-cart demo version from the website and installed it on my localhost. but when I try to get into the website by providing credentials, I'm getting an error message from the browser saying "Your browser doesn't accept cookies. Cookies are required to use this site".

I have set the Internet options -> privacy settings to low. but still I'm unable to get into the website. whenever i select any item and click on "add to cart" button, I'm facing this error dialog!!!!!

Anyone got an idea what it could be, or how to solve it?

Any suggestions are welcomed....[]


A:Your browser doesn't accept cookies. Cookies are required to use this site

you failed to state what browser you're using. Some websites are not HTML compliant and insist on using IE as a browser. Even then, newer versions of IE don't always work.

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Photo of POST Error Screen https://i.ibb.co/M7738gR/IMG-0881.jpg BIOS is updated to latest.ME firmware is updated to latest.Tried disable and enabling AMT several times, nothing helps.  Otherwise laptop works fine. 

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I am finding that occasionally my Windows 10 Pro pc will seem to be aleep, that is, screen blank, no response to keyboard or mouse, or power button. But the fans are going. To get it going I must hold the power button down until it completely shuts it off, and I can then restart it.

Any ideas what the heck is going on?

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Hi all,

Is there a way to completely delete all kind of cookies stored on the machine, including super cookies and any other kind of them?
If not, can reinstalling the OS (Windows 7) with formatting the C: drive, remove all of them?


A:Deleting all cookies and super cookies

abbasi said:

If not, can reinstalling the OS (Windows 7) with formatting the C: drive, remove all of them?Click to expand...

That is pretty extreme just to clear cookies.

I can't vouch for all browsers, but IE and Opera can be setup to clear cookies every time you exit the browser. Opera allows you to manage cookies, so that only newer cookies are deleted.

On a personal note:
Once I noticed how many cookies were loaded just by logging into Techspot, I said the hell with trying to manage cookies. There was just to many of them, after viewing so few pages. It made finding cookies, you might want to keep very difficult.

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I can't use my Control with any other key to copy, cut, paste, or
bring up task manager.

Help please and thanks, Mary

Here is my hijackthis text file.

A:Control/C Control/V control/alter/delete doesn't work

Mary, keyboard problems are not invariably software or malware-related. First things first - what OS are you talking about ? XP, Win 7, Win 8 or what? What type of keyboard is it? PS2, USB or wireless?

Disconnect it and reconnect it a few times, reboot and try again. Turn the keyboard upside down, placing one end on the edge of a thick book, and thump a few times on the back with your hand. Sweep the crud onto the carpet.....

Is it just a keyboard hardware problem, and if so which keys? http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/windows/keyboard-shortcuts#keyboard-shortcuts=windows-7 tells you a lot of key combinations with ctrl and shift and alt. Tell us if any or none work?

Open a document and try typing a bit of text. Do all the characters work?

If it appears the keyboard is faulty, can you borrow another to test?

Quite often, keyboard problems are down to wireless problems: and can often be solved by re-installing the keyboard driver.

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Second Try: I tried to post this earlier, but i cant find it in Network & Sharing so i thought i would try this again. If this is a double post i appoligize.


Is it possible to allow two computers in seperate states to be part of a private network?

I have my own home network a desktop and lap top at home. I live in Washington and my mothers desktop is in Colorado, plus she has a laptop that travels.

Is there any way to allow these 4 computers to be on there own private network to allow file sharing and xfering?

My desktop has Vista, Laptop has XP,
Hers both have Vista.


A:networking my computer in one state to family's computer in another state

Originally Posted by JoryLee

Second Try: I tried to post this earlier, but i cant find it in Network & Sharing so i thought i would try this again. If this is a double post i appoligize.


Is it possible to allow two computers in seperate states to be part of a private network?

I have my own home network a desktop and lap top at home. I live in Washington and my mothers desktop is in Colorado, plus she has a laptop that travels.

Is there any way to allow these 4 computers to be on there own private network to allow file sharing and xfering?

My desktop has Vista, Laptop has XP,
Hers both have Vista.


I will tell you the same thing I did before. Private network, maybe but expensive and requires lots of work.

You can however share files, and even control the other computers using an app called team viewer.

Hope this helps


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Is it possible to allow two computers in seperate states to be part of a private network?

I have my own home network a desktop and lap top at home. I live in Washington and my mothers desktop is in Colorado, plus she has a laptop that travels.

Is there any way to allow these 4 computers to be on there own private network to allow file sharing and xfering?

My desktop has Vista, Laptop has XP,
Hers both have Vista.


A:networking my computer in one state to family's computer in another state

Originally Posted by JoryLee

Is it possible to allow two computers in seperate states to be part of a private network?

I have my own home network a desktop and lap top at home. I live in Washington and my mothers desktop is in Colorado, plus she has a laptop that travels.

Is there any way to allow these 4 computers to be on there own private network to allow file sharing and xfering?

My desktop has Vista, Laptop has XP,
Hers both have Vista.



Private network. NO, sharing files etc yes. Its a lot of work, and there are easier ways to do it. Can you give us more specifics about what you need to do?



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WSJ warnings about privacy invading cookies carry privacy invading cookies.

Can you move this one to the 'Irony' section?Click to expand...

-- Tom

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Logfile of HijackThis v1.98.0
Scan saved at 17:21:32, on 01/04/2006
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP2 (6.00.2900.2180)

Running processes:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccSetMgr.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\SNDSrvc.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\SPBBC\SPBBCSvc.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccEvtMgr.exe
C:\Program Files\Symantec\LiveUpdate\ALUSchedulerSvc.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\VS7DEBUG\MDM.EXE
C:\Program Files\Norton AntiVirus\navapsvc.exe
C:\Program Files\Norton AntiVirus\IWP\NPFMntor.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\CCPD-LC\symlcsvc.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccApp.exe
C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_05\bin\jusched.exe
C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
C:\Program Files\ECI Telecoms\ECI USB ADSL\dslmon.exe
C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
C:\Documents and Settings\&#1489;&#1512;&#1493;&#1498;\&#1513;&... Read more

A:is this better cookie??

Now you've started a new thread and you are still running the older version of hijack this. Please follow the instructions I posted for you in your other thread:


Just click on the Post Reply button at the bottom of the posts.

Closing duplicate.

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i have a web site i cant get to and login from this computer but i cant from other computers. I'm using both EI8 and firefox, i have been going to this site for years.. i have deleted everything i can using the tools in both browsers.. i have cleaned the computer using disk clean and ccleaner.. but the site i'm going to wont hold my password on this computer and can on other computers?? my question is can i delete this cookie and where can i find this bad cookie? or am i missing the big picture ?? thanks for any info to help me beat this problem

A:bad cookie

Just to see if it's a browser related issue, try this:
Make sure Firefox is closed. Press Win+R, type firefox.exe -profilemanager and press enter. Make yourself a new profile and try the site.
Other passwords are still saved?
Make sure to post back.

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I was scanning my system with Bitdefender and I got 3 cookies detected as viruses. (Cookie.Rub, Cookie.Mediaplex, and Cookie.Advertising.) What is the deal with Cookie.Rub?


Rub is a cookie.Cookies are small text files stored in the browser on the user's computer, when visiting web pages.Cookies store information that can be used for several purposes: to personalize web browsing, to gather demographic information about how many users visit a page, to monitor which banners are displayed to the user, etc.These uses are not, in theory at least, malicious.However, keep in mind that the misuse of cookies could threaten an individual's privacy. Rub prevents access from programs to websites of several companies related with security tools (antivirus programs, firewalls, etc.).Rub redirects attempts to access web pages of certain banks to spoofed pages, with the aim of logging information entered by the user in these pages.Rub redirects attempts to access several web pages to a specific IP address.See PANDA

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I log on here (TSG) only, but recently checking cookies, there is always a cookie listed from "bbc.co.uk"
I do not go anywhere else, so why is there a cookie not from techguy only? This is only in recent weeks, never noticed it before. Does TSG have anything to do with it?
I use Firefox. I've never been to BBC,
Anyone has an idea about this?

A:cookie from -bbc.co.uk- Why?

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hello every one,i need help. i would like to delete all cookies and temp files, i no how to delete everything. what i dont no is how to keep my login and password cookies that log me in automaticly can some tell what cookies i keep for this site to keep my login stuff.col.tia

A:cookie help

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Can't get rid of the '64.111.196' cookie that keeps showing up on Xoftspy and Malwarebytes scans.

It is hijacking my google search almost always.
Any help?

A:64.111.196 cookie won't go away


Are you still having this problem? If so, can you do the following:

Download TFC by OldTimer to your desktop

Please double-click TFC.exe to run it. (Note: If you are running on Vista, right-click on the file and choose Run As Administrator).
It will close all programs when run, so make sure you have saved all your work before you begin.
Click the Start button to begin the process. Depending on how often you clean temp files, execution time should be anywhere from a few seconds to a minute or two. Let it run uninterrupted to completion.
Once it's finished it should reboot your machine. If it does not, please manually reboot the machine yourself to ensure a complete clean.

Please download Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware from Here or Here

Double Click mbam-setup.exe to install the application.
Make sure a checkmark is placed next to Update Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware and Launch Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware, then click Finish.
If an update is found, it will download and install the latest version.
Once the program has loaded, select "Perform Quick Scan", then click Scan.
The scan may take some time to finish,so please be patient.
When the scan is complete, click OK, then Show Results to view the results.
Make sure that everything is checked, and click Remove Selected.
When disinfection is completed, a log will open in Notepad and you may be prompted to Restart.(See Extra Note)
The log is automatically saved by MBAM and can be viewed by clickin... Read more

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