Posted 18 September 2007 - 07:19 PM
Cookies in Firefox are a little different.
Click the Privacy icon.
In this version, the only checkbox is Accept cookies from sites.
If you decide to accept cookies, put a check in that box, click the dropdown arrow underneath it, and select ask me everytime.
Personally, I prefer to leave that box unchecked, and use the Exceptions... button.
If it's a site I trust, I'll add it to the Exceptions list.
That way, only those sites can set cookies.
In the Address of web site: box, type in the URL of the site you want to allow cookies from.
Click the Allow button.
When your done, click the Close button.
Now, that site, will always be allowed to set cookies.
You can also use this to always block cookies, from certain sites.
Follow the above directions, and instead of clicking the Allow button, click the Block button.
That way when you close Firefox, the cookies set by that site will be removed.
You can also use the Show cookies... button, to remove individual cookies.
Just chose the cookie you want to remove, and click the Remove Cookies button.
All of the other directions buddy215 gave you, regarding Super Antispyware, and Bit Defender, also apply to Firefox.
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