Flash Website Storage Settings panel - ideas?

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  1. doktornotor

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    OK, lets try again: No addons, please. Unusable for IE, the one you listed is unusable for Chrome etc.
     
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    periodically review and delete some or all sited that accumulated there. disable p2p link
     
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    FlashCookieRemover is NOT an addon, and it's a No install app as well ;) So you can use it, but only if you want to :p
     
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    Anything that will get me rid of the idiotic webpage where clicking on the same links produces random results and I get basically lost all the time is very helpful, thanks.

    Edit: Oh wow, it is actually usable, fast and it even works. :eek: :blink: (It is even localized.)

    Will have a look as well. Thanks too.

    Edit: Wow, that is a loooong reading @ Eset, will take a few days. :thumb:
     
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    So, the resume:

    1/ The local control panel gives even less control than the web-based one.
    2/ Reading Adobe Flash Player admin manual and manually editing mms.cfg is the only reasonable way how to restrict Flash.
    3/ Shame on you, Adobe. You suck, big time! :thumbd:

    So, unless someone volunteers to write a third-party tool for the task, consider this thread pretty much closed. I can only hope HTML5 wipes the flash crap out of the surface of this planet. :gack:
     
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    Whenever I open the settings site, its clean, no websites show
    up in it. I use SBIE like you do and believe that using SBIE keeps
    flash cookies away.

    Bo
     
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    Well yes, this wasn't needed for me personally. I maintain quite a bunch of computers for others, they are not using Sandboxie or anything like that.
     
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    Just trying to help you, big guy, I learned a lot about SBIE
    from you, alright.

    Bo
     
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