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Fwd: Get rid of computer "Cookies" and Opt-Out of them.



  Jim Sherwood <jimwsherwood@yahoo.com> wrote:

Date: Sat, 25 Nov 2000 08:15:12 -0800 (PST)
From: Jim Sherwood
Subject: Get rid of computer "Cookies" and Opt-Out of them.
To: traders2000@egroups.com, options2000@egroups.com
CC: aasgroup@yahoo.com, roycemoor@aol.com


After having found 2000 + Cookies and wondering why things were show, I found a program at ZDnet.com


called Cookie Pal. It filters all cookie activity. Wonderful sites have cookies, ads have more, etc. but the


filter was working pretty well, but not perfect.


Then I found ALL the AD sites had to let you OPT-OUT of taking cookies, check theu the privacy statement,


they MUST have one.


Some of the ad sites I Opted Out are Imgis.com, Doubleclick.net, Focalink.com, Valueclick.com Hitbox.com (4 websites)


and will do more/


A good link is CookieCentral.com:


Jim:  Ps check your accounts on Hitbox.com and see what they know of you.


http://vwr1.hitbox.com/pce?ss=1600x1200&sc=8&sv=13


 








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Cookie Software (PC)

On the World Wide Web, cookies can generate profiles of your visiting habits. Many sites now utilise cookies, and their use is expanding. Most Web users, when alerted to this, are very concerned about their browsing privacy. We recommend against accepting certain cookies in general. The software below will help you in this process. There is now a range of anti-cookie software available, all of which are listed below.





Contents Of Stopping Cookies

















Demos

For the full index of the site, see the site map.
 
Cookie Web Kit

The Cookie Web kit automates the deletion of your cookie files everytime you boot up your computer or click on a certain icon. It works by the use of a simple bat file, and can also be configured to delete cache and history files. This software is compatible with all versions of Netscape, and Internet Explorer (Windows95). Includes comprehensive setup file. Free kit from Cookie Central.
Requirements
Any version of Netscape, or Internet Explorer Windows95

License: Free

Date: July 5th, 1997

File size: 7 Kb

Download
 
Cookie Pal

Cookie Pal is a complete Internet cookie management system for Windows 95 and NT 4.0. It lets you automatically accept and reject Internet cookies from all sites or just from sites you specify, without having to click on the Web browser's annoying "Cookie Alert" messages all the time. Cookie Pal gives you complete and transparent control over the cookies that are accepted by and stored on your system. You can also view and delete existing cookies on your system.
Requirements
Windows 95/NT 4.0, and Netscape Navigator 3.0 or later, Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 or later, or CompuServe WinCIM 3.01

License: Shareware (registration $15)

Date: Apr 28, 1997

File size: 174 Kb

Download
 
ZDnet Cookie Master 2

This program provides a quick and easy way to monitor cookie activity on your computer. Compatible with both Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer, it allows you to log various cookie and browser events. CookieMaster even lets you delete existing cookies.
Requirements
Windows 95

Purchase Information: Free; may not be distributed to any other service.

File size: 243 Kb

Download
 
Cookie Crusher 1.5 The Limit Software

Cookie Crusher automates refusals of 'cookies' when using Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer. Although both browsers have settings to ask before accepting and saving these files that are generated by Web sites and saved to your hard drive, you must manually refuse each one. In some cases, a single site might include multiple cookies and require continual manual intervention on your part. Cookie Crusher automatically and silently rejects cookies so that they are not saved to your hard drive, eliminating potential privacy and security violations.
Requirements: Windows 95

Purchase Information: Shareware: Free to try, $10 if you decide to keep it.

Version: 1.5

Date: Jun 26, 1997 

File size: 388 Kb

Download
 
Luckman's Anonymous Cookie for Internet Privacy™

This is a free utility program that lets you instantly disable all cookies in your browser's cookie directory or file. This anonymous mode ensures total privacy since it hides all your personal information from outside sources. Another mouse click re-enables your user's cookies at any time during or after your Internet session, again giving you total privacy control.
Requirements: Windows 95

Purchase Information: Free

Date: June 24th, 1997 

File size: 1,371Kb

Download
 
Buzof (Eliminates cookie warnings and other messages)

This application enables you to automatically handle virtually any message or dialog box. Just drag an icon from Buzof and drop it onto the button you would normally click to dismiss the message, and let Buzof close the message if it shows up again.
Requirements: Windows 95/NT

Purchase Information: Shareware (registration $16.5)

Date: May 14th, 1997 

File size: 110 KB

Download
 
PGPcookie.cutter (Windows NT)

Surfing the Web is anything but anonymous, but PGPcookie.cutter lets you decide who has access to your private information. Although some cookies are beneficial, others provide information about you that you may not wish to share. PGPcookie.cutter lets you decide which cookies you wish to allow or block from sites on the Web. The Windows 95 version is not currently avalable until WinSock 2 is released by microsoft.
Requirements:Windows 95/NT

Version: beta 8

License: Demo

Date: Mar 11, 1997

File size: 753 KB

Download
 
Crumbler97 ver4

Crumbler97 automates the deletion of your cookie files from Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer. The program deletes your cookie files when executed and every 45 seconds, also a simple doubleclick deletes then. The deletion of these files on your hard drive, eliminates potential privacy and security violations.


3.x version also available for download.
Requirements: Windows 95, 3.x.

License: Shareware ($10 to register)

Date: Sep 26, 1997

File size: 1,212 Kb

Download
 
Cookie Cutter PC

Cookie Cutter allows you to control your privacy by deleting any unwanted cookies. It searches your drives for cookies then allows you to delete any cookie files found.
Requirements:Win 95

License: Shareware ($5 to register)

Date: Jan 6th, 1998

File size: 1795 KB

Download
 
Cookie Cruncher 2.00

Protects your hard drive from unwanted cookies. The latest version of Cookie Cruncher works with AOL, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Netscape Naviagator. It now gives you the power to select which cookies to keep or delete at boot up. You can also view the content of the cookies and edit Explorer and AOL cookies.
Requirements: Windows 95.

License: Freeware

Date: June 11th, 1997

File size: 1,900 Kb

Download
 
IEClean (16-bit) Version: 3.01

This demo will show you how to guard your privacy by using IEClean to remove sensitive information from your Internet Explorer cache and cookie files. Explore the contents of your cookie files, cache directories, and URL window data. This demo illustrates, but does not perform, the browser-cleaning tasks accomplished in the commercial version.
Requirements: Windows 3.x, Microsoft Internet Explorer

License: Demo

Date: Mar 11, 1997

File size: 164 Kb

Download
 
IEClean (32-bit) Version: 3.01

This demo shows how to guard your privacy by using IEClean to remove sensitive information from your Internet Explorer cache and cookie files. Explore the contents of your cookie files, cache directories, and URL window data. This demo illustrates, but does not perform, the browser-cleaning tasks accomplished in the commercial version.
Requirements: Windows 95/NT, Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.x

License: Demo

Date: Mar 11, 1997

File size: 1 MB

Download
 
NSClean (16-bit) Version: 3.32

This demo will show you how to guard your privacy by using NSClean to remove sensitive information from your Netscape Navigator cache and cookie files. Explore the contents of your cookie files, cache directories, and URL window data. This demo illustrates, but does not perform, the browser-cleaning tasks accomplished in the commercial version.
Requirements: Netscape Navigator

License: Demo

Date: Dec 17, 1996

File size: 175 KB

Download
 
NSClean (32-bit) Version: 4.05

This demo will show you how NSClean can clean out sensitive information from your Netscape data. Explore the contents of your cookie files, cache directories, and URL window data. This demo illustrates, but does not perform, the browser-cleaning tasks accomplished in the commercial version.
Requirements: Windows 95/NT, Netscape Navigator (32-bit)

License: Demo

Date: Mar 11, 1997

File size: 1.1 MB

Download

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