How to protect for EVERCOOKIE

Discussion in 'privacy problems' started by true north, Mar 9, 2011.

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  1. true north

    true north Registered Member

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    Hi there,

    Recently I stepped over an article mentioned 'evercookie' as something you CAN NOT delete. Is there anything out there e.g. browser settings, ad-ons or anti-malware that could help with this persisting cookies. I see them as a severe privacy threat. Thanks.

    true north
     
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    I've seen a link mentioned here where it shows how to deal with Silverlight. But, after the content loads, it still goes blank, and right-clicking won't do nothing.

    I use Chromium, by the way. No movie based on Silverlight will play, at all. It just gets blank.

    I wonder if this is an issue just with Chromium.
     
  5. cm1971

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    Something like Returnil could help as when you reboot everything is gone. Anytime I am on the internet I have virtual mode enabled. There are also cookie addons for Firefox but I don't know if they block evercookies.
     
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