Need Different Program Than Cookie Wall?

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by tomteeth, Aug 30, 2007.

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  1. tomteeth

    tomteeth Registered Member

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    Hello Everyone: I am really tired of this cookie wall asking for permissions contantly after giving them, even after reinstalling!
    I would like a list of other Cookie utilities that I could download, any suggestions? Thanks
     
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    84jds633lf7 Registered Member

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    CookieSafe for Firefox works well. I allow about 10 sites to use cookies and thats it, the others are blocked.
     
  3. tomteeth

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    Can that be used with IE also? I use both, Thanks
     
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    lucas1985 Retired Moderator

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    Not, it's only a Firefox add-on :)
     
  5. tomteeth

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    ok, Thanks, Anyone know of free one that will do for IE and firefox?
     
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    WSFuser: Thanks will look into cookie monster on tuesday.
     
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    Hi,

    I noticed this thread and if you haven't found an application you are happy with yet then I have a suggestion.


    RealTime Cookie & Cache Cleaner (RtC3)
    http://www.kleinsoft.co.za/

    It does a bit more than just cookie management, but the extra's are very useful. At $9.95 it's not overpriced as well.

    Hope it suites your needs. I've been using it since April and it does the job great. Give it a whirl.

    muf
     
  9. tomteeth

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    Muf: I will keep it in mind. Cookie Monster seems to be sufficient at this point in time! Thank You, Tom
     
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