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Re: Advice please

well, I am the last person who should be answering
this but...

Depends on how much critcal info is on the machine you
use for the internet.

my way around this is to use a few computers. this one
has nothing worth worring about... not many files-
mostly publicly accessable stuff, no personal info to
steal, so if something happens well... it really is
more of a nuisance than a threat. Everytime you enter
the internet world, you have opened a door for someone
to get in....

In todays internet world, you have to let the cookies
in, well some anyways. Clear them out a lot. Leave
other settings high and those programs will catch the
nasty ones.


--- Cathy Carpenter <cathy.c@insightbb.com> wrote:

> Since so many of you are far more knowledgeable than
> I,  
> technologically, I ask for advice on "cookies". I
> instructed my  
> computer to reject them. Now I find that many sites,
> including Yahoo  
> groups, will not allow me access unless I remove my
> block. Therefore,  
> should I do it? What are the pros and cons of
> allowing cookies in?
> Cathy, west central IL, z5b
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