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Mozilla Deleted Cookies

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#1 Threesom666


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Posted 17 September 2017 - 01:05 AM

Ive been abusing so much some how all of my cookies were wiped along with some addons settings. I was annoyed because I have a lot of settings and saved logins. Some not even saved in the mozilla because it wont save it that I probably forgot the passwords. I looked up how to recover them online and couldnt find anything on it. I had turned white thinking they were gone forever. Somehow I found my profile folder deleted the cookie type file just created and renamed the .bak back up to its current form and walla! It all restored. Just thought I should post it since I couldnt find any information on it and thought it might help somebody in the future.

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#2 zainmax


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Posted 17 September 2017 - 05:11 AM

Mozilla does not delete anything in itself unless something was deleted, you did it yourself. mozilla stores all Your passwords, sites, searches, favorites, last visited pages and settings, even flash player settings etc. Simply do not delete them, if You need them in future. 
The second, You can bacup them where ever You want, no matter in computer or 
 in Your mozilla account. 

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