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PIE - The new cookie file you can't easily delete

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#1 harrywaldron


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Posted 04 April 2005 - 04:54 AM

"The New York company on Thursday unveiled what it calls PIE, or persistent identification element, a technology that's uploaded to a browser and restores deleted cookies. In addition, PIE, which can't be easily removed, can also act as a cookie backup, since it contains the same information."

PIE - The new cookie file you can't easily delete

Macromedia - Flash Player : Local Storage Settings

Macromedia - Flash Player : Local Storage Pop-Up Question

How do I get to the Settings Manager panel in Macromedia Flash Player?

Use the links below to access the relevant settings manager panels directly:

* Global Privacy Settings Panel
* Global Storage Settings Panel
* Global Security Settings Panel
* Global Notifications Settings Panel
* Website Privacy Settings Panel
* Website Storage Settings Panel

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