Firefox cookie management

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Pinga, Sep 16, 2009.

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  1. Pinga

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    Sorry but neither one of those does much for me. One won't work with Tab Mix Plus and the other is too basic.

    CookieSafe is my recommendation https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2497 The best cookie manager I've ever used, in Firefox or any browser...

    **EDIT**
    Just noticed it may also be abandoned by it's developer. Don't know for sure. For now, it works fine with FF 3.0.x and 3.5.x.
     
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    At home i'm still using CSlite, at work Cookie Monster. CM seems to be working well and stable, but i don't know the differences between them, specially regarding the older (bigger) CookieSafe - like 3rd party cookies etc.
     
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    Thanks for the suggestions! As the number of installed extensions increases, I find it increasingly important that they are as invisible as possible, and have a minimalistic interface. Just look at the myriad of options that NoScript offers ;)

    Both CookieSafe and Cookie Monster use tray menus. What I like about Extended Cookie Manager (and CookieCuller) is its single-window approach, similar to the native Firefox cookies window.
     
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    I like CSlite.
     
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    I too use CSLite 1.4. I also use SpywareBlaster 4.2 to build the cookie blocklist.
     
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