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

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

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

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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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I previously registered with a website, and everything has been fine until now. The website now cannot log me in, and says that my browser (IE 7)does not accept script cookies. I'd lowered the security level to Medium, and added the website to the safe list for cookies, regardless of privacy policy. And it still doesn't work!! Anyone got an idea what it could be, or how to solve it? Thx.
 

A:My browser doesn't accept script cookies? Please help

I have absolutely no experience with IE7, so can`t solve your problem with it. However, if you were to try a different browser such as Firefox, this may at least solve your problem with that particular website.

Regards Howard
 

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I am trying to log into ebay (which I do several times a day) and it keeps telling me that my computer doesn't accept cookies...well I went to tools internet security....cookies are enabled. When I bid I can log in each time to place a bid, think maybe its a problem on ebays part? Thanx for any help!
 

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My browser is IE6. I am using McAfee. I have set the privacy settings to accept cookies from "Yahoo.com". But when I try to log into my email address at Yahoo, I keep getting the message: "The browser you're using refuses to sign in. (cookies rejected)". I then went into "Advanced" privacy settings and set the browser to override automatic cookie handling and to allow session cookies. Still got the same message. Can anyone tell me how to cure my browser from refusing the cookies?

Any help will be gratefull received.

Thank you,
Robert
 

A:Browser won'g accept cookies

Couple of thoughts...

some sites require you to have cookies turned on to access even if there is already a cookie on your system...

also setting your privacy settings to accept "Yahoo.com" probably does not include the mail section of Yahoo...the cookie for that may be something like... mail.yahoo.com

buck
 

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My operation system is WinXP,SP2.and my browser Internet Explorer. In an effort to set my browser to accept cookies, I go to I.E >Tools > Internet options > Security > Custom level > Security Settings. Instructions I obtain from the net, then tell me:

"Scroll down to the Cookies heading.
Click on the options you want for stored and non-stored cookies. Click on Disable to reject all cookies. Click on Enable to accept all cookies. Click on Prompt to ensure that you'll be asked permission before accepting a cookie."

My problem is I have been unable to locate a "Cookies" heading and do not have sufficient knowledge of the terminology to identify the correct section under a different name. Would you be good enough to advise as to the exact wording of the heading I must amend under Security Settings. Thank you in advance, Mchaggis.

A:Setting Browser To Accept Cookies

You might want to review, "How to manage cookies" from the Microsoft KB article at this link. Hopefully that will give you a better overview of the whole cookie process. hthBe (Cookie Baking) Safe Da Bleepin (wish I was a cookie monster) AniMod, Animal

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I'm having trouble logging onto a site that uses cookies to recognize me. I've tried adjusting the privacy settings under internet options in my browser, but it still won't accept the cookie. I even put the privacy setting to accept all cookies, and stll wouldn't work. I think there maybe some spyware or somthin messing with my cookies. Could someone take a look at my HJT log and see what's goin on. Thanks.
Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1
Scan saved at 7:26:05 PM, on 9/9/2005
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP2 (6.00.2900.2180)

Running processes:
C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\system32\LEXBCES.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\system32\LEXPPS.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_02\bin\jusched.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccApp.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\SYMANT~1\VPTray.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\ctfmon.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccSetMgr.exe
C:\Program Files\Symantec AntiVirus\DefWatch.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\VS7DEBUG\MDM.EXE
C:\Program Files\Symantec AntiVirus\Rtvscan.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccEvtMgr.exe
C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\NOTEPAD.EXE
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A:Browser Won't Accept Cookies, HJT log included

I don't see anything malicious in your log.

Is it possible that it has been blocked before? Check the list of sites listed under Privacy that are being blocked to see if it's there.

You could also try adding it to the Trusted Zone.

Let me know how it goes.
 

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I have Chrome, I've never had this problem until today. It won't let me log on to coppermine and some other forums, it keeps saying 'Your browser does not accept script cookies.' The box in settings is checked to allow but it still won't. I tried to restart my computer, I deleted everything. I even uninstalled Google and re-installed. The only thing is when I re-installed my data stuff was still there. I just need help because I don't want to switch back to firefox. Thanks in advance.

A:[SOLVED] Warning your browser does not accept script cookies

I think I have a few ideas:

1.I recommend you set your PC Clock to the exact time and date (If not already done)

2.Try This (Both ways uncheck and checked to see if it makes any difference) :
1. Click the Wrench icon in the browser toolbar
2. Choose Settings
3. Click Show Advanced Settings
4. Click Content settings in the Privacy section
5. Ensure that the bullet for Allow all sites to run JavaScript (recommended) is checked

You can also visit the Chrome Store (although I'm not sure if they have something that might fix that :/) and search cookies or JavaScript cookies and download the apps that show up.

Chrome in my opinion is the best browser, but if its really bugging you, just switch to Firefox, it's worth the time....

Good Luck! (I tried my best)

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How can I make my browser accept cookies for yahoo mail? I have a new install of
xp on my computer. Every time I use yahoo mail I get a page wanting me to login
again. I think it is because of cookies??? Maybe if is somethng else, if so let me
know. How can I fix this??
thank you,
 

A:How can I make my browser accept cookies for yahoo mail

ASre you using IE7??

If so open IE and click on Tools at the top then Internet Options then Privacy tab and lower the settings for the Internet Zones.
 

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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....















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Hello,

This is about not being able to accept cookies, I E version 6.

I have changed and re-changed setting in internet options. I put the bar at accept all cookies. I have shut down my firewall and this did not help. I am using Zonealarm.
I have seen this addressed on several news groups and no one seems to have an answer. I have searched the knowledge base and tried several suggestions, no help.

Starting out, I E 6 was working okay, and then it quit accepting cookies. I asked for some knowledge from this forum. It was suggested that I use I E version 5.5.

I have Win98, Pentium II, 233 mhz, 196 megs ram, 32 g hd, plenty of room.

I used a program call IEradicator to remove I E 6. (http:\\www.98lite.net)
This did seem to remove I E from my computer. I ran it twice. I scandisk and defraged, ran regclean, scandisk and defrag again. I installed I E version 5.5. I still can not get this computer to accept cookies. I discovered that the internet options drop down was the same as version 6. This options menu still has a privacy tab included. I donít think that this is part of version 5.5.

I still canít accept cookies.

Does anyone know what to work over, to help me correct this main problem?

I know that I can empty all data and reformat. Might be what has to be. Did not want to do this.
 

A:Cookies, can not accept

Here are two possible ways that may help .

Double check your settings ( close & reopen ) to make sure everthing has been done correctly & the changes have stuck .

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http://www.langa.com/newsletters/2002/2002-12-02.htm
Dear Fred: Let me tell you of a simple way I have come up with
for managing cookies. It may not work for everyone, but it
works for me.
In the Internet Options (Security tab), I set both the
Internet zone and the Trusted Sites zone to Medium security.
Then, in the Internet zone, I disallow cookies that are stored
on the computer, while allowing session cookies. In the
Trusted Sites zone, I allow both. Whenever I run into a site
which needs to store a cookie (like eBay, Amazon, cable TV
listings, etc.) I add that site to the Trusted Sites zone. At
the end of the day, I have on the drive those cookies which I
need to keep, and all others are history.
To make this even easier, I use a small application called
Trust Setter, which puts two buttons in the IE toolbar, Add to
Trusted Sites, and Add to Restricted Sites. Get it from
http://www.jasons-toolbox.com/ScriptRepository/ .
Available by right clicking on the unwanted page .

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http://www.jasons-toolbox.com/cookiejar.asp
Cookies present a dilemma. On one hand, chances are you want to accept cookies from some sites
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There are few internet sites that i cannot view, certain forums & email providers I cannot log into due to my computer not accepting cookies.

95% of sites are fine, just a few problem ones.

The problem is exactly the same in both IE and firefox.

Its really starting to drive me nuts, as I have checked the custom cookie handling countless times, cleared cache, temp files etc.

I am running on xp.

Any help would be greatly appreciated, i'm starting to lose sleep over it now.
 

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I have tried all the variations in the options/privacy menu. But several sites including this one tell me that the browser will not accept cookies. I have current firefox version and win10
 

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XP Pro suddenly decided it will freeze when I go to the microsoft site to do windows update. It gets to the "Checking for the latest version of update software" and hangs. Co-incidentaly, I cannot get XP to accept cookies, even with my Kerio firewall disabled. Norton and AVG say my system is virus free. I have had this problem some weeks now, but can't point to any reason for it starting.

Self-build AMD 800 2yr old
XP Pro Service pack 1 - usually rock steady.
 

A:XP Can't Update or accept cookies

To enable cookies go to tools > internet options > privacy tab > and try configuring settings in the advanced menu.

I'll check for some possible solutions...
 

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Under internet options, privacy the cookies keep changing to Accept All i dont change them and its really worrying . Done a few virus scans with NOD32 but nothing . Also internet explorer keeps moving to the back as if another programme is opening and then closing-might be related . Any clues please help. Thanks.

A:Cookies Keep Changing To 'accept All'

One of your security programs may have the "internet options" locked.Could be a corrupt IE file.Are you "applying" "OKing" your way out of the changes?You could run a scan with an antispyware program. One of the Best is SAS.Download and Install Super Antispyware free. Reboot into Safe mode and Run SAS. Allow it to quarantine whatever it finds. http://www.superantispyware.com/How to Start Windows in Safe Mode:http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/how-to-start-windows-in-safe-mode/

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Just what the title says. For some reason, I can't login to my Google, ebay or youtube accounts. There are also some sites(like forums) I can't log in to either(this one works though).Ever time it does this, it says that Firefox doesn't accept cookies, and to enable cookies. Well, they are enabled! I allow sites to send cookies, but for some reason I don't receive certain sites' cookies. So I have to use IE for those sites. I just want to get FF to accept the cookies. Its frustrating having to switch from FF to IE constantly..

For the record, I had FF set to automatically accept cookies. I believe it version 2.4.

Anyone know how to fix this?

A:Firefos won't accept cookies from certain sites.

Added: I have tried clearing cookies and cache, to no avail.

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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 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 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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Every time I run IE 9 my privacy settings reset to "Accept all Cookies".I have run both Spybot Search and Destroy and Malawarebytes several times each time updating them before scanning, and they've not fixed the problem. Please help.Here is my hijack this log (also attached):Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.4Scan saved at 5:42:30 PM, on 12/12/2011Platform: Windows 7 SP1 (WinNT 6.00.3505)MSIE: Internet Explorer v9.00 (9.00.8112.16421)Boot mode: NormalRunning processes:D:\Program Files\iTunes\iTunesHelper.exeC:\Users\Caleb\AppData\Local\Akamai\netsession_win.exeC:\Users\Caleb\AppData\Local\Akamai\netsession_win.exeC:\Windows\SysWOW64\Macromed\Flash\FlashUtil11e_ActiveX.exeC:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exeC:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exeC:\Program Files (x86)\Trend Micro\HiJackThis\HiJackThis.exeC:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exeC:\Windows\SysWOW64\DllHost.exeR1 - HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main,Search Page = http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=54896R0 - HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main,Start Page = http://us.blizzard.com/en-us/R1 - HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main,Default_Page_URL = http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?Lin... Read more

A:IE 9 Privacy Settings Reset to "Accept All Cookies"

I also am experienceing a Google Redirect problem that neither Spybot nor Malawarebytes are able to remove. Perhaps it's related?

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hi! i've been very careful since i last got infected. However, i bumped into some free webs awhile ago and i believed that hv got my comoputer infected. i 've done some scanning with ad-aware, spybot and windows defender and it appears that i'm infected. I'm really worried. when i go online, a popup window about downloading antivirus software would come up. i closed it (worrying that's some other kind of virus) but another window pop up. (that thing showed up more than 3 times while i'm typing this thread) I checked the internet options and the security setting hv set itself to accept all cookies. i believe i still hv some softwares like hijackthis, super anti spyware that i downloaded from last yr (when i got infected).i dont know what to do now.

any help is appreciated.

jocelyn

A:security options switched to accept all cookies, random popups, etc

Please download Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and save it to your desktop.alternate download link 1alternate download link 2Make sure you are connected to the Internet.Double-click on Download_mbam-setup.exe to install the application.When the installation begins, follow the prompts and do not make any changes to default settings.When installation has finished, make sure you leave both of these checked:Update Malwarebytes' Anti-MalwareLaunch Malwarebytes' Anti-MalwareThen click Finish.MBAM will automatically start and you will be asked to update the program before performing a scan. If an update is found, the program will automatically update itself. Press the OK button to close that box and continue. If you encounter any problems while downloading the updates, manually download them from here and just double-click on mbam-rules.exe to install.On the Scanner tab:Make sure the "Perform Quick Scan" option is selected.Then click on the Scan button.If asked to select the drives to scan, leave all the drives selected and click on the Start Scan button. The scan will begin and "Scan in progress" will show at the top. It may take some time to complete so please be patient.When the scan is finished, a message box will say "The scan completed successfully. Click 'Show Results' to display all objects found".Click OK to close the message box and continue with the removal process.Back at the main Scanner screen, click on the Show Results button t... Read more

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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
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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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Hello All,
When I go into internet banking it will not allow me in, I can only access by removing all cookies using tools.
This lets me in once then blocks next time. So again I have to go through the motion of removing cookies. Also I have to sign in,
Thank you as always,
Graeme
 

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I was wondering about why I am asked for cookies so many times when I go from page to page here?
 

A:Cookies on this site

Could be a corrupt cookie. Open the cookies folder and delete the one for TSG then return and accept the new cookie.
 

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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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i delete my cookies on this one website but it still remembers my username and password
how does it know. does it store things on my computer. or it know from my ip.. thanks
 

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Hi All

I seem to be having trouble with my cookie settings when accessing just one particular www site.

When I come here to TSG I have no problems, it recognises me as John v Burns - as it should - without the need for me have to to re-enter my account details. This is also the same for all the other forum based sites I visit regularly such as ; www.themouthpiece.com, www.irishacts.com but there is one site that I don't quite know what is going on with...

.. it is www.phpbb.com - which is the support forum for the excellent php appication I use to run my www site. It is an excellent site, but every time I visit that site I have to re-enter my account details and password and I don't understand why.

Does anyone have any ideas as to why this might be happening please ...?

Thanks

John
 

A:Trouoble with cookies on just 1 site???

At this site upon registering there is the option to browse with cookies and auto logon. Have you checked in on that option over there as well.
 

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Every time I try to log in it goes back to the page you see when logged out, unless I clear the TSF cookie, then it does it, but it doesn't stay logged in. Every time I leave I have to do the process over again.

I tried it on IE and it works fine there.

A:FF will not let me log into TSF site unless I have cleared it's cookies.

Did you make any recent changes, like an update?

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I been trying to find out how I can save cookies from a site IN IE11 .I need to keep them cookies but like to remove the rest. How do I this. I tried some online searches I just get confused.
 
 
Thanks
 
Justin

A:How do I save cookies from a site with IE11?

Take a look here at how to manage cookies in IE 11http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/internet-explorer/delete-manage-cookies#ie=ie-11

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Being puzzled as to where I was picking up data mining cookies (that is one piece of information that I wish AdAware and Spybot would SHOW), and through the process of elimination, I have determined that THIS website has data mining cookies, according to AdAware, as follows:

a.as-us.falkag[1].txt
as-us.falkag[1].txt

These cookies do not show up from the main/home page, but only if someone clicks into a forum.... (I had clicked into the Window 2000/XP forum specifically).

How is this happening.....?? Kinda thought we were "safe" here....!!!
 

A:Why does THIS site have data mining cookies???

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I have a desktop and a laptop running vista32hp here on the desk.
They both are using COMCAST mcafee. the laptop is new.
The laptop goes to all my websites and logs in automatically. I LIKE DAT!
The desktop no longer does that. Of late it goes to all my websites puts in the name and password and even the "remember me" is checked, but it does not do the actual log in. I HATE DAT!

Same no matter IE or FF.
Cookies are turned on, I just spend an hour going through every Mcafee setting to compare... And I have fiddled with VISTA everywhere I can think of but just cant figure it out...

thanx

RJ

A:Cookies or Virus prg not allowing site login

I'm having the same problem. But only in FF.. IE still works perfectly fine, but in FF3 it will not log in for me anymore. it's irritating.

when I for example come here to vista64. the name and password area are blank. when I start typing my username. it remembers it and fills it in, and then when I hit tab, it remembers the password and I just hit enter and it logs in..... but BEFORE I didn't have to do any of that. it would just be logged in for me.

It's been doing this for about 2 weeks give or take. but only in FF.. IE works fine with saving.

Any fix yet man?

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Okay, when I try to go to a specific site I get the following message



And here is my settings in IE9, I did try to use Chrome and got the same result.

A:Unable to load site properly (cookies)

Are you going to tell us which site this is?

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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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This question or issue concerns the Real Estate Flex MLS website and a discussion of cookies in general. It appears that the users' user name and Password only hold for a period of about 5 days and than are required to be reentered, The cookie information for this site also disappears after a reboot of the machine, But this appears to be the ONLY site with username/identity information that does this. All other cookies are remaining intact. The company seems to require IE 7 to integrate with this site and an update per information on the page is coming December 2nd. What would cause a particular cookie to behave in this way? I think it is a security issue, but can anyone provide additional information?

Also moving the IE Privacy settings to "Accept All Cookies" does not solve the issue above pertaining to the MLS Flex website. The default setting for IE's Privacy settings is "Low," which rejects cookies from Third Party vendors.

I also have not specified an exact time when this issue started happening from the user, but I would say about 3 weeks to a month ago. All updates (Windows XP, SP-3) are installed on a Dell PC, and system is always up-to-date with AV protection and there is also no evidence of malware intrusion.

Jack
 

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Some web pages and my email will not let me on. . It tells me my browser is not set up to accept cookies . I have been to internet options and made sure first party cookies and third party cookies are enabled. Shut down my firewall and pop-up blocker and anything else I can thionk of. Can anyone help me? Sure don't know where to go from here. Thanks
 

A:Browser Cookies

you can run pc pitstop and use the auto fixes. it will set most of your settings for you.

http://www.pcpitstop.com/
 

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I'm using Firefox 26.0. I have all the correct settings to keep cookies to a minimum. I have it set not to allow 3rd party cookies. I have it set to delete history when I close the browser. I delete temporary files from the computer. I have 3 different anti-spyware programs and 3 registry cleaners I use to check on things though I only use them to delete what I'm sure is safe to delete. However, I keep turning up hundreds of tracking cookies when using all of those programs. I attempted several times to delete those tracking cookies by going into Options & Privacy. I tried deleting them one by one and some of them won't delete. I tried deleting them all at once and that doesn't work. I tried deleting them with the setting not to allow cookies and the setting to allow cookies. Nothing works to get rid of them totally. I've searched the net for answers on various sites but haven't found anything I don't already know about. I'm really at a lost on this one!

A:[SOLVED] Firefox Doesn't Get Rid Of My Tracking Cookies

From Firefox:


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Disabling third-party cookies in Firefox can stop some types of tracking by advertisers, but not all.
Some websites (for instance, Microsoft's Hotmail, MSN, and Windows Live Mail webmail) use third-party cookies for purposes that are not necessarily privacy concerns, and disabling third-party cookies may cause problems with those sites.





https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb...-party-cookies
Most websites which you login for, will use session cookies to keep track of your personal settings for that particular login session.

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When my father goes to Blockbuster.com, and tries to login to his movie queue, he gets the following message:

The browser you're using cannot sign in. It is not accepting our cookies. We use cookies to identify you. Read more about cookies and how we use them in our privacy policy.

He has tried resetting Internet Explorer settings to the defaults, and tried lowering his internet security to "Low". He does not have a firewall or antivirus running. He has even tried putting that site in the "Allow" list. It still refuses to allow his access to his account.

On every other site he visits, such as Yahoo!, it accepts cookies fine. He has even tried reloading Windows on his computer! Nothing seems to fix the problem. Any help would be grealy appreciated.
 

A:This browser is not accepting cookies...

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Help. Flight information pending and Airline Site keeps telling me to "enable cookies" to continue using site. I've done it in both explorer and in mozilla firefox. Explorer i dropped the privacy setting to low or none, and enabled cookies. ditto with Mozilla. What am I missing. Can't get my e-ticket. Anyone know what i'm doin wrong? Thanks. Am desparate
 

A:enable cookies in browser

Will if you have No Script installed you may have to give that site the rights to run the java script first and then make sure you let it set a a cookie.
Look in your cookie manager Exceptions and make sure your not blocking the site but allow the site to set a cookie.
If the site is not listed then add it at the top and and click the allow button.
 

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Hi. Strange thing started to happen today. When I open up IE and try to go to my set homepage which is hotmail.com, it goes to the screen, then cuts off and I get a message saying my browser is set to block cookies. I have my setting at a medium-high now. This is where I have had it set ever since I have had this computer, and it always allowed me to use hotmail. I even tried changing the setting to medium, but no luck. Other sites work fine. I have already ran progs like adware se and avg and restarted my system. I have no idea why I am still not able to view this webpage and am getting this error. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
 

A:Says browser is blocking cookies but isn't

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a buddy cleaned up my comoputer and now my browser won't enable cookies.. how do i go about fixing that. i have internet explorer 5. thanks for your help
 

A:Web Browser Not Enabling Cookies

Go to Tools > Internet Options > Privacy > 'Advanced' button, and there you can set your cookie handling.
 

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Hi,

I need help with a technical problem. It is a little complicated. I have been living with my girlfriend for the past two years and I have noticed her engaging into suspicious activity during the past few months. I suspect that she has been engaging in fraudulous online transactions. Especially since, she has been hiding her bank transactions from me and not allowing me to look at them. We both use the same computer, which has Windows XP and Firefox 8.0.1 installed. I know she does not save her username and her password on the browser. Do you know of a way I could uncover her username and password from her cache, or her cookies since I am not very knowledgeable about all this. I really need to know this so that I can find out for myself what is actually going on. I know this is a little bit dangerous, but I am trying to salvage our relationship.

I hope I will get a response.
 

A:Need help with browser, cache, and cookies

sorry , no help with spying on your partner here
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I can no longer sign on to MySpace or Facebook with an error message my browser does not allow cookies. Is this an IE8 issue? Any solutions or suggestions?

A:Browser Cookies Error

In tools|internet options|privacy
Is the slider above medium?
If so you may need to make a few custom settings.

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Hello, i have THE SAME (copied) firefox profile on two different computer that have THE SAME APPS installed/running. It's been quite long i have an issue, which is being disconnect from forums/websites on one of these machine's firefox. I did malwares & antivirus test, nothing was found. Any ideas what to do..?

A:Cookies being deleted by something outside browser..?

Same antivirus too?

The only thing I can think of on top of my head is if you use CCleaner. They made a change in the latest version to include the file monitor even for free users. When you start CCleaner another process is also started to monitor changes on the disk. I'm not sure but think it only alerts and not automatically cleans. Don't know cause I disabled it immediately. Well not immediately because there was a bug in CCleaner, but in the version published 26 sept you can turn that off.

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I have win. XP and a cable (always on) conection.
In Iexplorer>tools>internet options>advance>I checked"empty
cookies at browser close, but when I close all the way back to desktop, then check for cookies, they are all still there. Is this because of the cable allways on, or am I missing something.
I have to open Iexplorer to get to the cookies as far as I know,
but I closed the browser and reopened it to get here so there shouldn't be hundreds of cookies it seems like to me.
Any Ideas.
Dave
 

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I have both FF11 and IE10. For some websites I do allow cookies to be saved. I seems I can't do this for either browser with my 32bit Win8 Consumer preview. Is there some windows setting that is controlling this? In FF options there is no mention of cookies anywhere, except for one check box labeled "Tell sites I don't want to be tracked".

A:Browser unable to save cookies?

Tools | Options | Privacy | Firefox will: Use custom settings for privacy

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Hi, my roommate recently was experiencing browser hijacked and didn't know how to deal with it. The problem might be caused by his grandchildren who sometimes come over to use his computer to download some programs such as Buddy2Buddy and other games. I followed your preparation guide to clean up the computer and it seems to help alot. Among the critical objects identified by Spybot Search & Destroy and Ad-Aware were data mining tracking cookies and some browser hijackers, etc. I didn't take down the names but I remember one was MtWebSearch or something like it. But the Ad-Aware continued to show critical objects when scanned.

Previously my roommate had a security suite from Cox but the firewall used was Windows'. When I followed your guide to download and install a better firewall, in this case ZoneAlarm, the Cox anti-virus program was disabled. There was no way to get the Cox anti-virus program re-started, so I had to download one from your guide, in this case AVG 7.5. Now, everything seens fine except that lucomserver_2_6.exe and others such as Server of Logitech and Webshot constantly asking from ZoneAlarm for permission to connect to the internet.

I'm attaching the hijackthis logs before and after following your guides, bitdefender report and Ad-Aware logs for your inspections and await for your advice. Thanks!

A:Ie Browser Hijacked And Tracking Cookies

Hello malwarebegone and welcome to the BC HijackThis forum. Let's see a current HijackThis log. Instead of attaching the log to the post copy/paste the entire log into the reply (we don't open attachments in posts).

I will review the information when it comes in.

Cheers.

OT

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Many suggest that we should delete browser cache/temporary internet files to increase system/browser speed. They explain that browser cache causes fragmentation of system drive very fast. So deleting this on regular basis will enhance drive performance.
But I am afraid if this really increase browser performance. I guess browser cache/cookie helps to load webpage faster because the browser downloads this files when we visit them.
Also deleting browser cache after each browsing session will affect those who have limited download option. Because once i experimented that extensive browsing ~3 hrs will increase the browser cache size to ~80mb.
So, please help me out of this. Because if it really affects browsing speed in a negative way I would prefer to defrag system drive after each browsing session rather than deleting cache.
 

A:Deleting Browser Cache/cookies..!!!

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