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Q: Registry Needs Repair / Cookies Cookies And More Cookies

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 ?

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Preferred Solution: Registry Needs Repair / Cookies Cookies And More Cookies

I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.

I've used it in the past to identify and fix everything from blue screens (BSOD's), ActiveX errors, corrupt files and processes, dll/exe/sys errors, recover lost memory, Windows update problems, defragging, malware removal etc.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloadreimage.com/download.php. (This link will automatically start a download of Reimage that you can save to your computer.)

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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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\Ati2evxx.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost -k DcomLaunch
svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs
C:\WINDOWS\system... Read more

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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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....[]

Thanks!!!
Vinit
 

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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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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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.
Thanks.
 

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

Security
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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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?

Thanks.
 

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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Hi,
I know Vista is unique so I wanted to make sure I download the appropriate program(s) to cleanup my computer. Would you suggest any of these or others?

CCleaner
Mil Shield 6.2
Others?

Thanks!

A:Cookies and registry cleaners

Hey hatevx2

To get rid of cookies and such i just use Lavasoft Ad-Aware

For cleaning the registry i use Wise Registry Cleaner

Both Free, vista compatibile and Both very effective

regards




Craig

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Can anyone tell me how to clean my registry, cache, cookies?
Thanks.

A:How to clean My registry, cache, cookies?

You can try Ccleaner.
But It will be good to create a backup from your registry before doing anything.

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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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I noticed awhile back that all my cookies have anyuser on the front of them and don't remember seeing this before.

Am I having a "Senior Moment" or are most cookes this way?
 

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I am a frequent visitor to a Yahoo message board, and I like to have previously read posts identified so I know where to start reading. Recently I downloaded IE Privacy Keeper. I set the Cookie Filter so that Yahoo cookies would not be deleted. However, every time I boot up and go to the message board those posts previously read are not identified. I have to read several messages until I can find where I left off. Can anyone help?
 

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Q: cookies

I habitually delete cookies after each browsing session, but for the past month no cookies seen. Scans are negative and Total Defense Security is unable to satisfy my curiosity. Windows 8.1. Should I be concerned?
Why would cookies not appear as my computer is set to accept them? My subscription for Total Defense is due soon and I wonder if I should go elsewhere.
 

A:cookies

Hello rubysmom,

I see you haven't had a response yet so I thought I would chip in to see if I might kickstart some more helpful replies. I don't claim any particular expertise about cookies but the following thoughts occur to me;

1. Which browser(s) are you using? If it/they have been updated recently the default settings may have been amended so that closing the browser is automatically deleting most cookies.

2. What software are you using to scan for cookies and have you installed any new software recently?. Something could have amended your settings for dealing with cookies or some type of 'extra' (like a toolbar) could have been installed without your knowledge.

I've never heard of Total Defense Security so can't give any opinion as to its value. A brief search I made did appear to indicate that it was no longer included in any of the usual comparison websites such as https://www.av-comparatives.org, but I don't know how significant that might be. I personally prefer to use paid for antivirus software from Eset but I'm aware that many people here are quite happy with free software, including Microsoft's own Windows Defender (assuming that's included in Windows 8 - I don't know because I'm still using 7).
 

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Two months ago I installed a free app called Cookie Wall. From here.....http://www.analogx.com/contents/download/network/cookie.htm? It informs me of Cookies trying to be installed on my machine. I can choose between ...Always Delete..Temporary Accept and Always Accept. I choose Always Delete 100% of the time. Since I am a firm believer of using both Spybot and Ad-Aware which I run every other day or sometimes everyday because I do surf a lot, I have never had a tracking cookie installed on my machine in two months. Spybot and Ad-Aware always come up clean. Why do websites want you to install their Cookies on your machine? I have heard that if you allow their Cookies on your machine you can open their websites faster but I find NO difference in the speed of surfing what so ever. I have also read that if you allow their Cookies they can better serve you and enhance your surfing experience, again I find No difference. Some sites will also tell you that advertising on their site is not advertising It's Graphic Place mats. I fully understand why websites need to advertise what I do not understand is why they want to install Tracking Cookies on your machine.
 

A:Cookies and why we need them???

What I do is over-ride automatic cookie handling, and reject cookies from sites other than the ones I manually allow. I allow session cookies, but they are auto deleted every time the browser is closed.

Cookies can be usefull at sites you frequent that use cookies to remember your log-in preferences, and other handy stuff.

They don't make surfing faster, but they sometimes make it more convenient for surfing trusted sites with personalized content or features.

If you want to read some detailed info about them, open the help window in IE, and type "cookies" in the index or search.
 

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Q: cookies

How can I enable cookies in IE 10? I can't log in on some websites without them.

mmscv

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Q: Cookies

hi
i have windows ME and i cant seem to find where a enable my cookies.
my wife cant get to her e-mail cause my cookies are disabed.lol

where do i do this?

A:Cookies

does no-one know?

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My browser rejects cookies. I tried setting privacy to medium but doesn't work. Help me.
 

A:No cookies?

What browser?
 

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I recently went online and found out that I can no longer log into all of my favorite websites, it will not keep me logged in. It will take me right back to the login page after I log in.

I've tried everything I could think of...virus scan, spyware scan, making sure cookies were still enabled, did a hijack this scan, emptied cookies, emptied temp files. I'm completely baffled at what else to do.

I'm hoping someone here can help me! I would greatly appreciate any ideas!!

I also keep getting security certificate popups saying they have expired, I dont know if that has something to do with this or if its just an entirely different problem. I havent downloaded any programs lately either. Again any ideas would be greatly appreciated!
 

A:Cookies Help!

Welcome to TSG....

Please to delete or remove all HijackThis from your computer including any logs. Then follow the below:

To download HJTsetup.exe fromTrendSecure To Download HijackThis go to the following at the File Repository
Click on the link below to Download HijackThis Self Installer:

http://www.trendsecure.com/portal/en-US/threat_analytics/HJTInstall.exe

Save the file to your desktop.
Double click on the HJTsetup.exe icon on your desktop.
By default it will install to C:\Program Files\HijackThis.
Continue to click Next in the setup dialog boxes until you get to the Select Additional Tasks dialog.
Put a check by Create a desktop icon then click Next again.
Continue to follow the rest of the prompts from there.
At the final dialog box click Finish and it will launch Hijack This.
Click on the Do a system scan and save a log file button. It will scan and then ask you to save the log.
Click Save to save the log file and then the log will open in notepad.
At the top of the Notepad HJT log screen, hit Edit then Select All then click Edit and then click Copy doing that copies the text to the clipboard, you won't see it yet....
Come back here to this thread and Paste the log in your next reply.
DO NOT have Hijack This fix anything yet. Most of what it finds will be harmless or even required.
A security expert with a gold shield to the right of their name should take a look at your log - please be patient.
 

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Q: cookies

If you delete cookies and temp internet files, some sites still know who you are. How is that possible? Just curious? thanks

A:cookies

Some websites will recognize your IP address

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Q: cookies

Hi all,,,,,,I have cleared out my cookies and then used the Try & Decide feature of the Acronis True Image program that I have. I checked my cookie folder and there were some new ones, so I decided to discard the items I had accumalated and reset my computer to how it was and returned my cookie folder to empty again. My question is : would the sites that put cookies on my computer while in trial mode, remember my computer and contact it without me going on to those sites again.?
Thanks for any replies.
Len
 

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Q: Cookies

hi-
is there a way that i can completly remove cookies from my hard drive?

A:Cookies

Go to Internet Explorer>Tools>Internet Options>click on Delete Cookies

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Q: Cookies

: This might be a stupid question but I nothing about these things. I have a whole bunch of cookies on my computer and when I run ad aware it says there is malware in the cookies. Can I delete the cookies without hurting my computer? Thanks a bunch.

A:Cookies

BSC2006,Welcome to Bleeping Computer. There are several opinions about cookies. I'll link you to an article here, that will give you some more information. You can decide for yourself, how to view cookies. But, to answer your question. Yes you can safely delete the cookies.Be (Chocolate Chip) SafeDa Bleepin AniMod, Animal

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Q: Cookies

Hi, first post here. Hopefully I can get some good help

I stupidly downloaded something I thought would aid me but it was blatantly some form of virus. I'm not quite sure what I was thinking at the time.... it turned out to be a trojan, which I managed to get rid of after a scan, tracking down the name of the file and deleting it from system32, but now, for some reason, everytime I restart my computer my cookies are deleted, so I have to re-sign-in for every website I normally visit.

How do I stop this from happening?

Thanks
Specs:
AMD Athlon 64 3000+ 1.8ghz
200GB SATA HDD
1GB DDR RAM
Radeon X800
Just incase.
 

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I am trying to get to a couple of websites that require cookies. Not matter how I set my privacy settings in explorer, the sites are still telling me that I do not have cookies enabled. I had a couple of viruses a few days ago and deleted a lot of stuff. How can I accept these cookies again? What should my settings be?

Thanks,
Susan

A:Help with Cookies

So in IE go to tools/ internet options/ general / temp internet files
Click delete files / delete all offline content.
For the cookies , if you do not have any customized sites, click on delete cookies. Otherwise, click on settings/ view files and delete the cookie for that site.
On temp internet files/ general / history clear history.
It is probable that something is corrupt and jamming the new cookie.

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Q: Cookies

I recently received a message form Microsoft that the charge for an application from the MS store was declined. I know that the problem is an expired date on my VISA card. When I go to the MS web site to attempt to update the date I get a message that the browser is set to not accept cookies .I cannot find a setting to enable cookies for this site.

A:Cookies

hello, and welcome to eight forums.You might be better to just do the purchase over again with the correct info

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Hi,
Iam having a problem putting in ausername and password. I have been able to sign in fine on the site eclassinfo for awhile and now all of a sudden when I put in my username and password and press enter I get this...
Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a01a8'

Object required: ''

/students/CookiesDisabled.asp, line 17

I was told to go to tools internet options then clear cookies but mine only says delete cookies and I tried that and still can't log in! I know it isn't a problem with the site because I can acsess my acount from different computers. ANy ideas to help?
Thanks Kelley

A:HELP with Cookies

Tools / internet options/ general / temp internet files
delete cookies
delete files/ delete all offline content
clear history.

Did you have an autocomplete form set up to log you in?
IF so go to tools/ internet options/ content / personal information / autocomplete (Click button)
Click clear forms and clear password.

Go to tools /internet options/ privacy
Set the slider to medium
Now click the sites button
Type in the website domain (eclassinfo.com ) and click allow


Does this computer with the problem by any chance have two firewalls running? If so , disable all but one.
Also , check the time in your clock in the lower right. IF the clock or timezone is incorrect, often your cookie will not register correctly and hence you get a runtime error.

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I am using two programs online, one requires Pop-Ups to be enabled, the other requires Cookies to be enabled. So I went to Internet Options\Privacy, and moved the slide down to "Accept All Cookies" and removed the tick from the "Block Pop-Ups" box.

But nothing happened. Each program still tells me to do what I've already done.

Is there any other area when cookies can be disabled and pop-ups allowed?

Help would really be appreciated.

Thanks,

Stuartp77

A:Cookies and Pop-Ups

Some firewalls have an option to block cookies. In Zone Alarm Pro it's in Privacy > Main tab > Cookie Control. You can also block/allow ads, popups and javascripts.

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Q: Cookies

I have just registered with a company and want to buy a product on line...............When I sign in on my home computer and go to purchase product It keeps coming up with error.........INVALID DATA DOES NOT EXISTS..

I went to work today and went to purchase the same item and it let me go to the purchase page......Although I DID NOT HAVE MY CREDIT DETAILS WITH ME i could not buy it........I am wondering why it won`t let me acccess the buying area from my own pc at home I think it could have something to do with my cookies .....Any body help me..
 

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Q: cookies

could cookies be keeping me from using a certain website? i can't play games on uproar.com. every other website seems to be working just fine. when i click on the "privacy report" at the bottom of the page i get this:

http://cache.trafficmp.com/tmpad/content/ven/uproarinternal/uproarbutton120x60.html.............. blocked

http://view.atdmt.com/NFX/iview/rghtcnfx0010000................... blocked

http://cache.trafficmp.com/tmpad/content/ven/uproarinternal/prize_vault_120x60_2005519115528.htm............... blocked

http://cache.trafficmp.com/tmpad/content/ven/rightmedia/right120.htm........... blocked
when i click on each of these individually i get a message saying "how should these cookies be handled" and the choices are:

1. compare cookies' privacy policy to my settings
2. always allow this site to use cookies
3. never allow this site to use cookies.

if i'm correct, all the above was on #3.
also, what is a "cache"? could that be a reason why i can't play games on the site?
 

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hi...
i've been browsing this website for the past few days. you've got some great help for finding and eradicating viruses. thanks for fighting the good fight! i'm glad you're on our side! unfortunately, i've been vitimized by a twaintec virus, not the adware, its the virus. thought i got rid of it, but several annoying cookies keep appearing each time i re-run ad-aware 6.0 ... i've attached HJT log. although my personality makes it hard for me to admit defeat and ask for help, at this point i'd really appreciate any advice to help finish off this scum-sucking bug which has already wasted way too much of my time... cheers -ed
(p.s. this is WindowsXP os)

A:cookies won't go away

These entries all look suspect, I'd remove them first and then see where that leaves you.

R3 - URLSearchHook: MailTo Class - {FDE3577A-6254-181C-4E11-339E4F746BD3} - C:\WINDOWS\System32\wins32t.dll (file missing)

O2 - BHO: (no name) - {6E8C6D20-CD44-0EBF-8607-17557BAE2A1A} - C:\WINDOWS\System32\nnkm.dll (file missing)

O15 - Trusted Zone: *.clickspring.net
O15 - Trusted Zone: *.mt-download.com
O15 - Trusted Zone: *.my-internet.info
O15 - Trusted Zone: *.searchmiracle.com
O15 - Trusted Zone: *.skoobidoo.com

O16 - DPF: {11111111-1111-1111-1111-111111111157} - ms-its:mhtml:file://c:\nosuch.mht!http://213.159.117.133/dl/adv74/x.chm::/load.exe

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Q: Cookies

I want to know how you guys deal with cookies. I used to have it set to allow first-party cookies and block third-party cookies, but I have now set it to prompt on first-party and block third-party cookies. What do you have it set for and what would you recommend? Personally, I don't like cookies unless there is a reason for them, and I'll block most of them.

Thanks

A:Cookies

I have mine to allow 1st party and deny all 3rd party cookies.
If you run Spybot and immunize this blocks a lot of the sites that use evil cookies.

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Q: cookies

where on XP do you go to delete out your temp files and cookies I been there before but forgot how also 7 would be helpful

Thanks
 

A:cookies

There are two third party apps that do a very good job. One is ccleaner, the other is atf cleaner.

http://www.ccleaner.com/

http://www.atribune.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=25&Itemid=25

Caution: Do not use the registry option in ccleaner. Registry cleaners are not very reliable and have been known to delete keys necessary for the operation of the system.
 

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Q: cookies

How can I enable my cookies on my Internet Explorer 6.0 browser.
 

A:cookies

Tools -> Internet Options - Privacy tab
If the slider is set on "Block all Cookies" lower it to an acceptable setting.
 

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Q: Cookies

Hi there
Sorry to sound so thick but I can't remember how to control the cookies on my pc. I wanted the option to come on where it asks permission on each webpage to allow the cookie. I'm on windows ME and I think it IE 5.5.
Cheers
Tim
 

A:Cookies

Tools - Options - Privacy - Advanced
 

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What exactly do i need to delete inorder for me to get into my gmail account? I have signed in a few times but now i have tried to sign in then it just goes to a loading screen and just stop loading. Why?
 

A:Cookies..

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The Old Luddite is back again. Can you someone please explain what it means to "accept cookies" on a website. Does this mean that I'm going to get hit with pop-up ads? I don't want pop-ups. Thank you very much.
 

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Q: Cookies

Are cookies put into cookie folder ONLY when a site is visited?

I mean they don't get updated at other times?

thanks

A:Cookies

cookies are stored into your system when you visit websites and when you do any transactions on-line eg.Amazon.com...... cookies dont get updated ....and they are stored only in the cookie folder... but to improve the performance of your browser it is recommended to get the cookie file deleted.....

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Q: cookies

How can I get rid of those cookies that keep pilling on in my cookies folder in windows 2k? They come up as spyware and I want to permanently delete them, is this possible?

Thanks,

J
 

A:cookies

I use the freeware Cookie Jar. It works great for me. Download and install. Launch the program and click Quick Delete Settings and put a check beside BOTH options. Save upon exit. All cookies will be kept within your session but will be deleted when you boot. If you have some that you want to keep, launch the program after visiting the keeper site and highlight their cookie and move it to the Allowed section.

http://www.jasons-toolbox.com/programs.asp?Program=Cookie Jar
 

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I've just installed IE7, and found that it's not keeping any cookies.
I'm also using Virgin Media's PC Guard. Under IE6, everything ran smoothly. PC Guard let me decide which cookies to keep, and I could regularly delete the rest. Now that I'm using IE7, and I believe the cookies are kept with Temporary internet files, they're all being deleted automatically.

Is there any way around this?
I want to be able to delete temporary internet files, to avoid clogging my hard drive, but don't want to have to log in to various sites every single time.

Furthermore, if the only thing to do is to go back to version 6, how easy is this? Will the system disallow it as I've already got a more recent version?

Cheers,

Alex

A:IE7 and Cookies

hello Alex,

since your install of IE7

have you gone to internet options and config. it to your likings

also if you do decide to remove IE7 your system wil automaticaly restart IE6 / but you will have to make sure you have the updates for it and reconfig, the internet options

Mike

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Q: cookies

I know this is dumb question, but it is apparent that has never stopped me from asking a question about which I couldn't find an answer. Nor will it tonight.

Background-

I am trying to set up a Sype account. I am told by their wizard that I must enable cookes for Skype. That makes snense but can't find (as usual) in Microsofts AHelp pages the how to set specific sites to be OK and not others

#1 How do I do that?
#2 Do I use www.skype.com as the site to set up or some other derivation of that site for phone calls?

thank you

sg
 

A:cookies

If you are using Internet Explorer, your cookie settings can be found under the TOOLS menu then select Opitions. Under the Security Tab is the cookie setting. I use IE7 so my setting location is a little different. Just make sure your setting for cookies isn't too high. It should accept the cookie from Skype just fine. It is usually those that block all cookies are the ones they are talking about.
 

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hi im trying to go to ejay site its says no cookies what is that

have firefox, ie

thanks
 

A:no cookies

Hi..http://www.scania.com/cookies
 

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I dont no if this is the right place to start this thread but for some reason my cookies in IE8 are off or not working. How do i fix that?

A:IE8 cookies in RTM

You should be able to adjust the slider on the privacy tab in internet options in the control panel. Good luck.

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hey everybody,

a quick question.... a couple of websites I view requires that I have cookies enabled( duh...). I do have cookies enabled and these sites tell me when I try to access my account that I have to enable cookies. WTF??? Monster.com is a good one, I try to log in to view my porfile and contiue to endlessness of trying to find a job, and it tells me I need to enable cookies. OK, I have them enabled anyway, but just to be sure, I click their how to link and flow to steps. Yep, everything checks out, still can't view a profile... I don't know what to hey this is, does anybody have any suggestions??? I've also tried to set my privacy settings to allow all cookies. No luck

It's WinXP Pro and IE 6.0

Thanks
-Matt
 

A:cookies????

Try using another browser such as Opera.

See: http://www.opera.com/download/
 

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A:Cookies

See Internet Explorer Privacy & Security Settings and Managing Cookies On the Internet Explorer 6.0 Privacy Tab and Selectively Deleting & Managing Cookies
 

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Running W10, (mostly) using Chrome browser.
How do I delete cookies?

Thanks in advance

A:cookies???

If you want to clean all cookies, you can use this extension:

ClickClean - Chrome Web Store

To clean only selected cookies, either use CCleaner and Choose which cookies to keep.

Or use this extension, set it like in the picture, to add an exception, click on the icon and add a webpage to whitelist.

Vanilla Cookie Manager - Chrome Web Store

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