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Ie Cookies While Using Ff

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#1 rlprlp


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Posted 20 July 2007 - 09:57 PM

It's rare, but I've noticed that is does sometimes happen. I'm have no idea how it actually works, but I've noticed that sometimes web sites leave cookies in the IE cookies folder, even though I'm using Firefox. (FF is already set as my default browser, in case somebody guesses that.) This essentially leaves the FF cookie manager useless regarding the sites that do this. I have my IE overall security setting at medium-high, as it seems that there are problems on the rare occasions that I actually use IE if I set it any higher. Is there any way to block this activity?

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