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max22

I am trying to block this cookie but no matter what I do it seems impossible :(

 

Anyway to block it for good ?

 

Hitman Pro says it is a tracking cookie.

 

I am on Firefox 46.01

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Steven P.

If that cookie is being placed after logging in to PayPal I wouldn't worry about it?

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max22
5 minutes ago, Steven P. said:

If that cookie is being placed after logging in to PayPal I wouldn't worry about it?

Yes.

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+BudMan

I don't believe firefox allows blocking of specific cookies per site.. You can block a specific site but not a specific cookie of a site if you want to allow other cookies from that site.

 

Chrome I think does allow you to block specific cookies.

 

In firefox do do such a thing you would have to use a script for say greasemonkey to do it for you.

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max22
1 minute ago, BudMan said:

I don't believe firefox allows blocking of specific cookies per site.. You can block a specific site but not a specific cookie of a site if you want to allow other cookies from that site.

 

Chrome I think does allow you to block specific cookies.

 

In firefox do do such a thing you would have to use a script for say greasemonkey to do it for you.

 

Ok thanks.

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fanboynz

If you use Easyprivacy List, does it help the tracker?

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max22
2 minutes ago, fanboynz said:

If you use Easyprivacy List, does it help the tracker?

How do I add that to Ad Guard ?

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Boo Berry
5 hours ago, max22 said:

How do I add that to Ad Guard ?

Go into Adguard's settings > Ad Blocker section > scroll down to the bottom and click Add Filter > scroll down the filters subscriptions list until you see EasyPrivacy then check it and press the Add selected button. Profit.

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max22
On 5/10/2016 at 0:14 PM, Boo Berry said:

Go into Adguard's settings > Ad Blocker section > scroll down to the bottom and click Add Filter > scroll down the filters subscriptions list until you see EasyPrivacy then check it and press the Add selected button. Profit.

That works but it still doesn't block the stats.paypal.com cookie :(

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