Cookies keep coming back

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by John, Jun 1, 2007.

  1. John

    John Guest

    Hi

    I have run anti spy-ware software but below cookies keep coming back every
    time. What is the problem and how can I fix it?

    Thanks

    Regards


    Tracking Cookie Object Recognized!
    Type : IECache Entry
    Data : me@doubleclick[1].txt
    TAC Rating : 3
    Category : Data Miner
    Comment : Hits:1
    Value : Cookie:/
    Expires : 01-06-2007 07:58:42
    LastSync : Hits:1
    UseCount : 0
    Hits : 1

    Tracking Cookie Object Recognized!
    Type : IECache Entry
    Data : me@insightexpressai[1].txt
    TAC Rating : 3
    Category : Data Miner
    Comment : Hits:12
    Value : Cookie:/
    Expires : 01-06-2012 07:43:42
    LastSync : Hits:12
    UseCount : 0
    Hits : 12

    Tracking Cookie Object Recognized!
    Type : IECache Entry
    Data : me@com[1].txt
    TAC Rating : 3
    Category : Data Miner
    Comment : Hits:1
    Value : Cookie:/
    Expires : 31-05-2017 02:24:52
    LastSync : Hits:1
    UseCount : 0
    Hits : 1

    Tracking Cookie Object Recognized!
    Type : IECache Entry
    Data : me@revsci[2].txt
    TAC Rating : 3
    Category : Data Miner
    Comment : Hits:4
    Value : Cookie:/
    Expires : 27-05-2027 02:24:42
    LastSync : Hits:4
    UseCount : 0
    Hits : 4

    Tracking Cookie Object Recognized!
    Type : IECache Entry
    Data : me@msnportal.112.2o7[1].txt
    TAC Rating : 3
    Category : Data Miner
    Comment : Hits:3
    Value : Cookie:me@msnportal.112.2o7.net/
    Expires : 30-05-2012 07:37:04
    LastSync : Hits:3
    UseCount : 0
    Hits : 3
     
    John, Jun 1, 2007
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  2. John

    Rock Guest


    You go to a site that loads the cookie, you later remove the cookie, but
    then go back to a site that loads the cookie. There is no particular
    problem. It's the natural way of things. If you really want to avoid the
    cookies manage it with the internet browser or use a anti-malware program
    that keeps these from being installed.

    Cookies are not that big a deal, anyway.

    Why the extensive crossposting for this issue? One would have been
    sufficient.
     
    Rock, Jun 1, 2007
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  3. Are you saying you run the antispyware application, remove the cookies with
    it, don't do anything else with the computer (no email, no web surfing,
    nothing) and run the antispyware application again and the cookies are there
    again?

    Or are you saying you run the antispyware application, remove the cookies
    with it, use your computer (email, web surfing, etc) and run the antispyware
    application again and the cookies are there again?

    The former would be strange and I would like to know the name of the
    AntiSpyware Application in question.
    The latter would make sense - as you likely visited the same web sites and
    thus, obtained the cookies again.
     
    Shenan Stanley, Jun 1, 2007
    #3
  4. John

    Daave Guest

    Daave, Jun 4, 2007
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