a good FREE cookie manager for win 2000?

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by Jerry666, Dec 14, 2002.

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  1. Jerry666

    Jerry666 Registered Member

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    i use analog-x cookie wall on my 98 box , what works on 2000 ?
    thanks
     
  2. Acadia

    Acadia Registered Member

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    CookieWall also works on 2000, at least it does for me. Of course, there is always Jason's Cookie Jar, I like both of them so much I can't recommend one over the other. If you upgrade to IE6, don't bother with any; IE6 has the most advanced cookie manager you'll find (IMHO) built right into it. Good luck.
     
  3. Bethrezen

    Bethrezen Registered Member

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    hi

    if ya going to use the ie6 cookie control here is how to set it up and i can tell you it does work coz i use this set up my self for once M$ actually did something right

    tools

    internet options

    privacy

    advanced then set first & third party cookies to block

    unless ya want to decide on cookie by cookie bases in which case you would click on prompted for first party cookies only

    if there is a sight that you go to that you need cookies on example if ya are login in to ya email for instance then there is a box that will let you specify allowed sights here is how

    tools

    internet options

    privacy

    edit

    then you would input the url of the sight in question and click allow

    hope this helps
     
  4. Jerry666

    Jerry666 Registered Member

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    for some reason cookie wall now works ?? thanks anyhow .
     
  5. LowWaterMark

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    Good summary Bethrezen and you're right, it works very well and gives you complete control that way. :cool:

    Thanks,
    LowWaterMark
     
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