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Question: enable cookies in browser

Help. Flight information pending and Airline Site keeps telling me to "enable cookies" to continue using site. I've done it in both explorer and in mozilla firefox. Explorer i dropped the privacy setting to low or none, and enabled cookies. ditto with Mozilla. What am I missing. Can't get my e-ticket. Anyone know what i'm doin wrong? Thanks. Am desparate

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Answer: enable cookies in browser

Will if you have No Script installed you may have to give that site the rights to run the java script first and then make sure you let it set a a cookie.
Look in your cookie manager Exceptions and make sure your not blocking the site but allow the site to set a cookie.
If the site is not listed then add it at the top and and click the allow button.

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I made a significant purchase through bing from Drugstore.com and didn't receive my CashBack because my cookies were disabled.

In addition, I tried to go to outback.com and order takeout but also couldn't order because my cookies have been disabled.

I am running Windows XP, Firefox 3.5.3, Norton Internet Security 2010 and Malwarebyte Anti-Malware

I went to Firefox Tools, Options, Privacy, and it is selected to REMEMBER HISTORY.
I have tried to change it to USE CUSTOM SETTINGS but everytime I go back to Privacy, it says "REMEMBER HISTORY"
Is this the source of the problem?

What else could be causing this problem?

Thanks in advance....

Answer:Help: Cookies in my browser have been disabled...Need to enable to get cashback...

Above in FF "Tools, Options, Privacy then check the appropriate cookies box.

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i have downloaded x-cart demo version from the website and installed it on my localhost. but when I try to get into the website by providing credentials, I'm getting an error message from the browser saying "Your browser doesn't accept cookies. Cookies are required to use this site".

I have set the Internet options -> privacy settings to low. but still I'm unable to get into the website. whenever i select any item and click on "add to cart" button, I'm facing this error dialog!!!!!

Anyone got an idea what it could be, or how to solve it?

Any suggestions are welcomed....[]

Thanks!!!
Vinit
 

Answer:Your browser doesn't accept cookies. Cookies are required to use this site

you failed to state what browser you're using. Some websites are not HTML compliant and insist on using IE as a browser. Even then, newer versions of IE don't always work.
 

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How do i enable cookies please?

Answer:How do i enable cookies please?

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Question: Enable cookies

I am trying to download AIM and it keeps telling me I have to enable cookies.

How do you do that? I have looked under Internet Options under Tools and I can't find anything.

Thanks.
 

Answer:Enable cookies

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when i try to sign in to my account in hotmail i got this message

Your Web browser options are currently set to disable cookies. To use .NET Passport, you must enable cookies

please help
 

Answer:you must enable cookies?

What version of IE do you have? If it's 6 go to tools, internet options, privacy, edit and remove the cookies for hotmail and .net passport and any other M$ you have blocked. When you go back to the web site allow the cookie.
 

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im trying to 'enable' cookies in Internet Explorer 5.0 and Internet Explorer 5.5:1. Click on Start, Settings and Control Panel.2. Double-click on Internet Options.2. Click the Security tab.3. Click Custom Level, scroll down to 'Cookies' and select Disable. 4. Click OK and then OK again. the above is the instructions i have to do this but in the custom level i cant find'cookies' is it under a differnet name?? please help

Answer:cant enable cookies

cookies are found under privacy tab next to the security tab.

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Distant end computers sense that cookies are not enabled on my computer even though though the two radio buttons in the Options/Security menu of my IE5.5 program say they are enabled. This happens on multiple sites. I'm running Win98ver2.

I've tried MSN help; I've tried to run that check that detects and corrects damaged files, and still nothing happens. The only advice I got from MSN was to reformat my hard drive and start over: pretty drastic approach, isn't it? Isn't there some files I can just reload?
 

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i went to internet options/ security/ custom level.....there is no enable cookie option.hep me plezz
 

Answer:i can't enable cookies

Welcome,

Try going to the same place but not into security but privacy and choose advanced.

See if that is what you are looking for
 

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Hi I just reinstalled windows xp pro but for some reason i cant enable cookies, ive gone into internet options & reset all the settings to default, but i still have the problem, not sure what to try now?Hope someone can helpThanx

Answer:cant enable cookies

Have you tried internet ioptions, then privacy, then advance and check that the boxes allowing cookies are checked

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iI alwayes got this messeage and i don,t know how can i solve it plz heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelp

Your Web browser options are currently set to disable cookies. To use .NET Passport, you must enable cookies.
.NET Passport stores cookies (small text files) on your computer that let you sign in to .NET Passport participating sites. For information about how to enable cookies, see the online help for your Web browser.
 

Answer:How can I Enable my cookies plz

If you have no proxies or cookie blockers, go to Internet Options, Privacy tab. Clicking the Advanced button will give you more options.

People may disagree, but I allow all 1st party cookies (I have another control in CookieCop), disable 3rd party cookies, and allow all session cookies (erased after you leave the page).

This seems to allow functionality for pages that sometimes won't even load if a cookie is not accepted, but prevents me being loaded down by advertizing and tracking cookies.

Generally speaking, cookies are harmless and help web sites determine what content users want to see. It is feedback for them. They also, as you know, help a web site identify return visitors.
 

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Hello experts !Whenever I want to log in to my account at click here it appears a message "Cookies must be enabled"). How can I enable cookies ? Kindly indicate me the steps I should follow to do it.Thanks in advance, best,Antonio.

Answer:How can I enable cookies ?

See:click here

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Question: Enable Cookies

I need to enable cookies on my web browser to I can have a .net passport. How do I do this please.

Answer:Enable Cookies

If it is Internet Explorer then, at the top of internet explorer go to Tools and then Internet Options, then on the next window that appears, click Privacy at the top and move it down to Medium or low.

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Question: enable cookies

when trying to sign into msn.com an error message appears saying i need enable cookies to sign in. checking on my system it shows that cookies are enabled so i don't understand the message

Answer:enable cookies

If you look in the help, contents/index go to index tab and type in enabling cookies it will tell you how to allow all cookies for individual web sites.

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Question: enable cookies

 Hi I need help to enable my cookies. Ive believe i have done it but some of the sights are not opening up for me. Can you help? Thanks

Answer:enable cookies

@jellybean4, welcome to the forum. If you are using Microsoft Edge in Win 10, you can go into More Settings (...) in the upper right corner.  Once there go into Settings / View advanced settings / go to Section titled Cookies / set it to Don't block cookies.  This should solve your problem if this is what is causing it. Please click the Thumbs up + button if I have helped you and click Accept as Solution if your problem is solved.

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how do i enable cookies i have tried to do this with the instructions i have been given but it still wont do it, i have tried many times but with no luck plz someone help as i am giong out of my head ...

Answer:how do i enable cookies

Tools, options,privacy,advanced in IE6 should do it , or security hightlight internet and click default level.Regards.

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I am trying to get into my MSN passport but it won't let me until I Enable cookies on my browser.I have tried to reduce my privacy setting to the lowest so that it would accept all cookies but that still won't let me into MSNWhere is the box to enable/disable cookiesAnyone help???

Answer:How Do I Enable Cookies

Depends on your browser. If IE 5 :try tools_internet options_advanced and then restore defaults.Otherwise tell us your browser.

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when i go to facebook sign in page it says i need to enable cookies,How do i do this??thanks

Answer:how to enable cookies

In Firefox it's done from Tools>Options>Privacy tab>Allow cookies and Third Party Cookies (latter until browser closed down).Internet Explorer is Tools>Internet Options>Privacy tab>use Default settings and, from the Advance button, Accept First Party Cookies>Prompt re Third Party Cookies and tick the Always Allow Sessions Cookies box.

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Question: enable cookies

hi im trying to view a web page where i need to log on but it wont let me it says i need to enable cookies can some one please tell me how i do this im useing xp home and i am hope less with pc so could you please explain in easy terms thanks in advance

Answer:enable cookies

Go to Tolls -> Internet Options -> Privacy. You should see a page about cookies. Click as appropriate to enable cookies.Brian

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Question: Enable cookies

windows xp Internet explorer 7.0 I ran spybot and now many websites are telling me cookies are not enabled and javascript is blocked in my Internet security settings it shows cookies are enabled
 

Answer:Enable cookies

Make sure all security updates and patches are installed for Internet Explorer and update Java.

Java

Windows Update
 

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Question: Enable cookies

I was told by wowway.com to make sure my cookies was enabled in my browser. This is on my Toshiba laptop which is 40days old and is running WinXP, but will not let me access the wowway portal for Michigan. How do I check to make sure my cookies are enabled? I went to tools,internet options, and the dropdown menu lists cookies but only asks if I want to clear my cookies, doesn't say anything about enabling.
Greg & Grimm
 

Answer:Enable cookies

Nearly there, what u need to do is goto:-

Tools > Internet Options, then click on the Privacy tab. Here u can set different security levels, which will enable cookies. However the slider enables level for all websites. Best way to resolve this is to set cookies only for the wowway website, you can do this by clicking the edit in bottom Website group.
 

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Just recently I have been receiving a message to enable my cookies when going to my online banking site. I went to internet options/security/custom and there was no option to enable or disable cookies where I thought it would be. Its like the option has been deleted. HELP ME!! Also does it hurt to delete cookies every once and awhile? or does it matter. Thanks for any advice.Tanner
 

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Question: Enable Cookies

Can somebody please tell me how to enable cookies using 2000 Pro? Thank you in advance. I can't sign into my account, as keeps telling me the cookies are disabled. I can't find where to enable. I thought they'd be in IE internet options, but can't find.
 

Answer:Enable Cookies

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Question: enable cookies

Hi. I have been told i need to enable cookies by a website in order to register. How do i do it? Many thanks.

(sorry this is such a simple question!)
 

Answer:enable cookies

Hi check here

http://www.google.com/cookies.html
 

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My email uses cookies and every time I try to login it gives me this message: "You are not logged in, your session has expired, or your browser does not accept cookies." I'm pretty sure that I'm getting this message because my cookies are not enabled but I enabled cookies on my browser (IE 6.0) and I still get this message. It is extremeley important that I get into my email ASAP, thanks.
 

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Question: Enable cookies

Hi Everyone, Merry Christmas, Please could some one tell me how to Enable cookies as the site says that I have not Enabled Cookies, all answers will be appreciated, thanking you all in advance........... Bill

Answer:Enable cookies

Forgot to say my OS ...is XP Home edition

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I was recently infected with SpyShredder and Antivirus 2008. I got them removed by following the procedures in this site.
Spyshredder was removed with Smitfraudfix and the other with MBAM.

However, it would appear that when i try and access some sites there are problems that my browser is not set to accept cookies.

Now i have checked my browsers security settings and "allowed all cookies" but still no use. why does it say that my browser is not accepting cookies when it is set to do so ?

also, the red pop-up blocker icon at the bottom bar of the screen has a "black eye" behind it. Does anyone know what this is ?

i have tried other things like accepting session cookies and putting the name of the website in the trusted sites etc ....but still no use.

i have double checked the date and time and zone settings on my pc

i am using IE7 and have full mcafee suite of security.

can anyone advise why it is still not accepting cookies

thanks in advance

Answer:Cant Enable Cookies

Hello paisleypattern and welcome,

Have you tried using a different browser to see if its a browser problem or a system problem?

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Question: Enable cookies.

Can you help please. I have done a search and have tried various solutions without sucess. I am using IE7.I want to enable cookies so that I do not have to log-in every time I visit this site and also other sites. for instance,I use BBC as my home page and get the weather for London. I have tried changing this to "where you live",but every time I go back,it has reverted to London. It says I need to enable cookies. How can I do this please? Thanks J

Answer:Enable cookies.

In IE7, go to Tools > Internet Options > Privacy tab and click the default button or manually move the slider to "Medium".

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Question: enable cookies

I'm trying to create a gamercard gor XBOX 360. When I go through the wizard it asks me to sign into my windows account, then a warning comes up saying my browser needs to allow cookies. How do I allow cookies on the browser? It's IE 7. Never had this problem with anything else beforeCheers

Answer:enable cookies

Tools - options - Privicy Tab Change the slidebar to a lower setting (medium is good enough) or Avanced - tick Overide utomatic cookie handling.

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i have internet explorer 5 and windows 98.. i had help earlier but it didn't help windows 98.. thanks for any help in this matter!!
 

Answer:i need to enable cookies on ie

Go to Tools on the IE menu bar
Cliick Internet Options
Click the Security tab
Select the Custom Level tab
Under "Allow Cookies that are stored on your computer" click "Enable"
Under "Allow per-session cookies (not stored)" click "Enable"
Select OK, Yes you want to save the settings
 

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Question: Enable Cookies

Hi

I went to go into my email via www.hotmail.com and as i entered my pass word and pressed enter, it comes up with the message that my cookies are disabled, i can't seem to enable them even when i accept all cookies, could this be a virus?

Thanks
 

Answer:Enable Cookies

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I have blocked cookies for a web site by mistake. How can i re enable them?Thanks

Answer:How can i re enable cookies on my pc

Open control panel > Internet Options. Go to the privacy tab and move the slider. Ive got mine on medium-high setting.

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Question: no cookies enable

I'm trying to log into on one of my bookmarks, but it will give me an error that my browser does not have cookies enable. I've been using this site for quite a while and never had any problems till now. I tried enabling the cookies with tools, internet options, privacy, advanced,overide automatic cookie handling, always allow session cookies, ok. It will still give me the same error when I try to log in. Is there anything else I can do to enable cookies when using this site. By the way this a desktop with windows xp ie6.

Answer:no cookies enable

Assuming your trusted sites are on low settings, try making it a trusted, allowed and exemped site.

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I've transferred to another computer at work and for some reason a couple of websites tell me I need to turn cookies on to go any further. As far as I can see they are turned on and any changes I make will not remain. There are cookies in my cookie folder too.There is some security on the network but the other computers seem to work ok, it just seems to be this workstation. Is there any way around this. Maybe in the registry or something?

Answer:Cant enable cookies

Your IT people would probably need to make any necessary changes. Most workstations are limited to what changes can be made.

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I have a problem w/ not being able to turn cookies on. I go to options and it does not matter what settings I put in place, it cannot accept cookies. Buy.com says set cookies to accept, amazon gives me the same thing and I have privacy currently to accept all cookies....

Thanks
 

Answer:Cannot enable cookies

Internet options, privacy tab, advanced...make sure 'override cookie handling' is not checked, or if it is, set to accept the ones you want.

Scorp.
 

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I cant log on to any secured sites using Internet Explorer 6 because it says that cookies are disabled and that they need to be enabled. However, when i check my security options it says that cookies are enabled.
 

Answer:IE 6 Enable cookies won't do it

Internet Explorer Cannot Connect to Secure Sites
 

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Your Web browser options are currently set to disable cookies. To use .NET Passport, you must enable cookies.

How do i fix this so i can check my email...sometimes the message isnt there but most of the time it shows up and i cant check my email.

thanks for your help
 

Answer:to use .net passport, you must enable cookies

What web browser are you using? If it's IE, then try the following, click on the tools menu, then "internet options", then click on the privacy tab, and make sure the slider on this tab is set at medium. Let me know if this helps.
 

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When trying to open certain web sites,I get either a javascript void or an enable cookies message.I went in internet options,security,and everything looks ok.What should I be looking for? Windows XP.
 

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Usally when i come to this site i arrive already logged in i was messing with my security settings but now it TSG has me login everytime I have checked and my cookies are enabled can someone help
 

Answer:IE 5.5 wont enable cookies

nevermind its working now
 

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I' have been having trouble trying to somehow make the cookies work since on a certain website it says that you have to have the cookies on to have to always logged in. I have tried to override automatic cookie handling and accepted firist and third part cookies but that still didn't make me stayed logged in. Is there something else I need to do to enable full cookies on any sites?



Thanks

Answer:Enable full cookies

I guess no one knows what else I can do to make sure all cookies are turned on.

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My Firefox cookies somehow got disabled and I'm now trying to enable them. I asked this question someplace (possibly on this forum) and was told to go to menu bar then "Preferences". The problem is, there is no "Preferences" option on the drop down menu. I tried "Options" thinking that might lead me to "Preferences" but no luck. Can someone who is familiar with Firefox tell me how to get to preferences and enable my cookies. Thanks in advance for your assistance.

Answer:How do I enable cookies in Firefox.

Fred22 said:

My Firefox cookies somehow got disabled and I'm now trying to enable them. I asked this question someplace (possibly on this forum) and was told to go to menu bar then "Preferences". The problem is, there is no "Preferences" option on the drop down menu. I tried "Options" thinking that might lead me to "Preferences" but no luck. Can someone who is familiar with Firefox tell me how to get to preferences and enable my cookies. Thanks in advance for your assistance.



Options/History:

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Hello Friends,

I want to enable checkbox in IE properties for cookies. I want to achieve this by using GPO. Please suggest.

Regards,
Ram Kudva P

Answer:How to enable checkbox for cookies in IE by GPO

Hi Ram Kudva, welcome to 7F!

Here's a few ways:

How to use Group Policy to configure Internet Explorer security zone sites

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/274846

Microsoft Internet Explorer Cookie Filtering | Security content from Windows IT Pro

How to apply “The content of IE Settings” in GPO

You're not showing any system specs so I'm working with a disadvantage, it would of been nice to know what version of IE, and don't forget, Group Policy is only available to users in the Windows 7 Professional, Ultimate, and Enterpise editions.

You didn't even have the version of Windows that you're running listed.

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I've just applied the XP SP2 update without any problems, BUT now when I try to access my mail through yahoo.co.uk I'm told that my browser (Internet Explorer 6.0)has blocked cookies.I have tried Tools-Internet Options-Privacy-Advanced-Overide automatic handiling etc.Does anyone else have any ideas.

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the ONLY websites this happens with is myspace and hotmail, i have firefox 2 (the new one) and the second best IE (not IE 7, the older one) Its not a really big deal because i have ie and i can just go on there to access those websites, and i also have the firefox extension for switching browsers between firefox and ie, while still in firefox. Its just annoying, and i hate being told things that arent true on the computer, it irritates me :P

Thanks in advance,
Helen

Answer:im being told that i need to enable cookies. . .but they are enabled

Hi Helen

Did you recently download Firefox? Has this been happening ever since a new Firefox download or update? Has myspace/hotmail ever worked with this browser version?

Which firewall do you have? There is also a feature in firewalls to enable cookies as they block them too. But since its OK in IE, maybe it just a Firefox corruption.

Also which version of Firefox do you have? (there is 2.0 and 2.0.0.1 too)
Check this in Help>About.

Lastly, do you have any extensions or themes manually installed?

In Tools>Options>Privacy check the box for "accept cookies from sites" and type in the myspace address in the "exceptions" list to allow.
Restart Firefox and see if it now works.

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I have Windows xp. I suddenly get the message when i click my desktop shortcut to go to Windows Live to "Please enable Cookies" which have always been enabled in the recommended way. When i ask Microsoft support about this they come back with instructions on how to enable cookies (already enabled) and repeat the instructions with the same result. I,m wondering if anyone else has run into this annoyance (I can get into hotmail thru typing or repeating the address in the address bar) but can,t go there with the shortcut without getting the message above. Any suggestions. Once again I have enabled cookies in internet options blah blah
 

Answer:windows live enable cookies

What shortcut? If you made the shortcut yourself, it may go to a page after where the cookies normally load.
 

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Third party cookies seem to be enabled by default in Firefox, can I have peoples thoughts about whether or not they should be disabled?

Answer:Enable or disable 3rd party cookies

Some sites will not work at all if cookies are disable
personally I just clean them all out at the end of each session with ccleaner ( you can set it to leave certain ones to save you having to log in every time)

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Im tryin to log into chats and must browsers keeps saying that my IE6 isnt java enabled and I have cookies shut off. But when I go to internet settings, it is. I tried everything. Im using XP and IE6.
 

Answer:How to enable Java applets and cookies in XP

You may have to d/load sun java.
Go here https://jsecom16.sun.com/ECom/EComA...ecom16.sun.com-10a1c:40af46a8:ad8f8f73d5b6fa7

Also if your running Norton IS you may have to configure the settings to enable cookies from trusted sites.
 

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Hi,
When I try to log on to certain sites, I am getting a message on screen saying that my computer has not enabled cookies. I have set the security level to medium as they suggest, but I still can't access them. If any one can help, I would appretiate really simple answers as I don't really understand computers.
Thanks.
 

Answer:Solved: 'Enable Cookies" problem.

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My computer (and hotmail) was OK but suddenly since a couple of weeks ago, I could not access Hotmail and got a message saying that I had to enable cookies in order to access hotmail. I tried the normal procedure (Tools, Options, Privacy, Low security, eneble cookies) but it does not work.
The only way I can access hotmail is to delete all Temporary Internet files every time I want to access hotmail before entering The Internet Explorer (it's a nuisance!)
Does anybody know why this happens and how to get the IE to work normally?
Thanks
 

Answer:Hotmail access - enable cookies issues

Has your computer date/time altered recently? Check that it has the correct date and time.
 

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Hi,

I don't know how to enable cookies on ie6. When I go to custom level and scroll down, cookies is not there...

How do I enable them?
 

Answer:Solved: Internet Explorer 6: Enable Cookies

Hi,

Take a look at my answer here: http://forums.techguy.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=58175

And please don't post the same question twice. It makes it very hard for people to know where exactly to react and will just generally end up confusing everybody, including yourself...

Greetz,
 

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I noticed a problem yesterday after AVG updated and I have the most current files but it alwyas says they are out of date. I also noticed that the cookies no longer will enable in Internet Explorer. I updated to the latest version but it had no effect. I am posting a hijack this log.

Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1
Scan saved at 2:13:10 PM, on 9/23/2007
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.5730.0011)

Running processes:
C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
C:\Program Files\QuickTime\QTTask.exe
C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_06\bin\jusched.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\bin\AppleMobileDeviceService.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\Grisoft\AVG7\avgcc.exe
C:\Program Files\Zone Labs\ZoneAlarm\zlclient.exe
C:\Program Files\iTunes\iTunesHelper.exe
C:\Program Files\Messenger\msmsgs.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\Grisoft\AVG7\avgamsvr.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\ctfmon.exe
C:\Program Files\Logitech\Desktop Messenger\8876480\Program\LogitechDesktopMessenger.exe
C:\Program Files\Logitech\SetPoint\KEM.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Works Shared\wkcalrem.exe
C:\Program Files\Xfire\xfire.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\Grisoft\AVG7\avgupsvc.exe
C:\Program Files\OpenOffice.org 2.0\program\soffice.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\Grisoft\AVG7\avgemc.exe
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Answer:AVG Anti Virus no longer works and cookies will not enable even if set to low

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Question: browser cookies

Hello everyone can you please help me, i am trying to buy something from a supplier over the internet(plants). Once clicked on to add to basket it tells me that no browser cookie was detected so i cannot complete the transaction. Could someomne please advise where i am going wrong Thank you.

Answer:browser cookies

Go to tools/internet options/privacy and set it to medium.

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Question: Browser Cookies

Some web pages and my email will not let me on. . It tells me my browser is not set up to accept cookies . I have been to internet options and made sure first party cookies and third party cookies are enabled. Shut down my firewall and pop-up blocker and anything else I can thionk of. Can anyone help me? Sure don't know where to go from here. Thanks
 

Answer:Browser Cookies

you can run pc pitstop and use the auto fixes. it will set most of your settings for you.

http://www.pcpitstop.com/
 

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I have win. XP and a cable (always on) conection.
In Iexplorer>tools>internet options>advance>I checked"empty
cookies at browser close, but when I close all the way back to desktop, then check for cookies, they are all still there. Is this because of the cable allways on, or am I missing something.
I have to open Iexplorer to get to the cookies as far as I know,
but I closed the browser and reopened it to get here so there shouldn't be hundreds of cookies it seems like to me.
Any Ideas.
Dave
 

Answer:Cookies at browser close

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When my father goes to Blockbuster.com, and tries to login to his movie queue, he gets the following message:

The browser you're using cannot sign in. It is not accepting our cookies. We use cookies to identify you. Read more about cookies and how we use them in our privacy policy.

He has tried resetting Internet Explorer settings to the defaults, and tried lowering his internet security to "Low". He does not have a firewall or antivirus running. He has even tried putting that site in the "Allow" list. It still refuses to allow his access to his account.

On every other site he visits, such as Yahoo!, it accepts cookies fine. He has even tried reloading Windows on his computer! Nothing seems to fix the problem. Any help would be grealy appreciated.
 

Answer:This browser is not accepting cookies...

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I can no longer sign on to MySpace or Facebook with an error message my browser does not allow cookies. Is this an IE8 issue? Any solutions or suggestions?

Answer:Browser Cookies Error

In tools|internet options|privacy
Is the slider above medium?
If so you may need to make a few custom settings.

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a buddy cleaned up my comoputer and now my browser won't enable cookies.. how do i go about fixing that. i have internet explorer 5. thanks for your help
 

Answer:Web Browser Not Enabling Cookies

Go to Tools > Internet Options > Privacy > 'Advanced' button, and there you can set your cookie handling.
 

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Hello, i have THE SAME (copied) firefox profile on two different computer that have THE SAME APPS installed/running. It's been quite long i have an issue, which is being disconnect from forums/websites on one of these machine's firefox. I did malwares & antivirus test, nothing was found. Any ideas what to do..?

Answer:Cookies being deleted by something outside browser..?

Same antivirus too?

The only thing I can think of on top of my head is if you use CCleaner. They made a change in the latest version to include the file monitor even for free users. When you start CCleaner another process is also started to monitor changes on the disk. I'm not sure but think it only alerts and not automatically cleans. Don't know cause I disabled it immediately. Well not immediately because there was a bug in CCleaner, but in the version published 26 sept you can turn that off.

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all of a sudden my internet settings have changed and i cant access certain sites- the message comes up with- 'the browser you are using is rejecting cookies 'i have checked the settings in internet options -privacy- and they are set correctly (sliding bar is at medium)i a ???m using win xp - ie 6 and norton internet protection-firewall antivirus etc which was running fine until today!!!anyone help please!!!cheersdavie

Answer:the browser you are using is rejecting cookies

download and scan with this >http://vil.nai.com/vil/stinger/ also recheck firewall settings ..winxp/nis  if you have downloaded sp2 this also contains a firewall....

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I am currently getting this message when I try to connect to some websites even although I have visited them before. My internet privacy settings are set to medium but even if I change this to low I still get the message and can't connect to the website. Any solutions. I have Windows XP and am using Internet Explorer 6.0

Answer:Cookies are not enabled on your browser

if you are useing ie go to tools,internet options, privacy select advanced and tick allow cookies on first party cookies and third party cookies

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My browser is IE6. I am using McAfee. I have set the privacy settings to accept cookies from "Yahoo.com". But when I try to log into my email address at Yahoo, I keep getting the message: "The browser you're using refuses to sign in. (cookies rejected)". I then went into "Advanced" privacy settings and set the browser to override automatic cookie handling and to allow session cookies. Still got the same message. Can anyone tell me how to cure my browser from refusing the cookies?

Any help will be gratefull received.

Thank you,
Robert
 

Answer:Browser won'g accept cookies

Couple of thoughts...

some sites require you to have cookies turned on to access even if there is already a cookie on your system...

also setting your privacy settings to accept "Yahoo.com" probably does not include the mail section of Yahoo...the cookie for that may be something like... mail.yahoo.com

buck
 

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Hi. Strange thing started to happen today. When I open up IE and try to go to my set homepage which is hotmail.com, it goes to the screen, then cuts off and I get a message saying my browser is set to block cookies. I have my setting at a medium-high now. This is where I have had it set ever since I have had this computer, and it always allowed me to use hotmail. I even tried changing the setting to medium, but no luck. Other sites work fine. I have already ran progs like adware se and avg and restarted my system. I have no idea why I am still not able to view this webpage and am getting this error. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
 

Answer:Says browser is blocking cookies but isn't

up up
 

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Hi,

I need help with a technical problem. It is a little complicated. I have been living with my girlfriend for the past two years and I have noticed her engaging into suspicious activity during the past few months. I suspect that she has been engaging in fraudulous online transactions. Especially since, she has been hiding her bank transactions from me and not allowing me to look at them. We both use the same computer, which has Windows XP and Firefox 8.0.1 installed. I know she does not save her username and her password on the browser. Do you know of a way I could uncover her username and password from her cache, or her cookies since I am not very knowledgeable about all this. I really need to know this so that I can find out for myself what is actually going on. I know this is a little bit dangerous, but I am trying to salvage our relationship.

I hope I will get a response.
 

Answer:Need help with browser, cache, and cookies

sorry , no help with spying on your partner here
closed
 

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I have done intense research and still not have found a solution. Heres the deal:My macaffee license expired. Since I have TWC, I downloaded their free antivirus(Which is terrible). This made my computer so sluggish I had to system restore because I couldn't uninstall because I was having .0001 fps.(Exagerated).  I then worked my way to AVG and downloaded that. I still have that and it works fine. I noticed that none of my cookies were being saved in any browser(Chrome, IE, Firefox). Any suggestions? I have tried for month to fix it and have not come up with a solution.Specs:Vista Home Premium SP2Dell XPS 420Intel Core 2 Quad 2.33 GHZ32 Bit 4 GB of Ram

Answer:Cookies not saving on any browser

What other protection apps do you have ??AVG from what i know does not randomly block/delete cookies...Note: Good move getting rid of TWC's package though...are you sure it's gone ? ?

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I tried logging onto a site tonight, facebook.After entering my name and password, I keep getting told:             Cookies are not enabled on your browser. Please adjust this in your security  preferences before continuing.I have no idea what this means.I have windows XP and use firefox.  I even tried IE and got the same.I went to tools...internet options...privacy....low security...accept all cookies...same message.I went to tools...and all cookies are excepted.What is going and what can I do?I don't get it...why then could I login here?Thanks!

Answer:Cookies Not Enabled On Browser????

Try...Start>All Programs>Mozilla Firefox>Mozilla Firefox (safe mode)

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I recently had a serious infection from several different Malware programs including Virtumonde and others. By using Ad-Aware, Spy Sweeper, VundoFix.exe, and AVG, I have been able to get rid of most of the pop-ups, but I still get random music playing, and everytime Spy Sweeper runs it finds several new tracking cookies. I suspect the computer is stil infected, but no other malware programs are being detected by the tools listed above. Any help would be appreciated.
 

Answer:Random Music, Browser Cookies

Welcome to MajorGeeks.com!

Please follow the instructions in the below link and attach the requested logs when you finish these instructions.

Read & RUN ME FIRST Before Asking for Support
 

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My computer started off with some serious problems, locking up, automatic updates would not turn on, etc. My friend managed to fix most of them except the fact that when i try to log into myspace or other sites like that it tells me i must have cookies enabled to log in....so i go to internet options and it shows cookies are enabled. It looks like my browser is mistaken...or my computer is mistaken or whatever. I'm not a whiz with the computer so I'm looking for someone who may know what the problem is.
 

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Hi.My problem is this. Recently I tried to join a Yahoo group and was told that my browser was not accepting cookies from Yahoo. My privacy settings are Accept for first party cookies and Prompt for third party cookies. So why does Yahoo say I'm not accepting cookies from them? The only thing I can think of is that at some time I have been asked if I will accept a cookie from Yahoo, have ticked the apply to all cookies from this site box and have ticked the refuse box. If so, what do I do? I am a bit surprised that a cookie from Yahoo would be a third party cookie. Is there any way of reviewing what sites I have permanently blocked cookies from and changing this if necessary? Best, PeterDMy problem is this. Recently I tried to join a Yahoo group and was told that my browser was not accepting cookies from Yahoo. My privacy settings are Accept for first party cookies and Prompt for third party cookies. So why does Yahoo say I'm not accepting cookies from them? The only thing I can think of is that at some time I have been asked if I will accept a cookie from Yahoo, have ticked the apply to all cookies from this site box and have ticked the refuse box. If so, what do I do? I am a bit surprised that a cookie from Yahoo would be a third party cookie. Is there any way of reviewing what sites I have permanently blocked cookies from and changing this if necessary? Best, PeterD

Answer:Yahoo says browser not accepting cookies. Help.

Go to Tools/Internet Options/Privacy/ click on Sites/ type the Yahoo URL (address) and click Allow - and OK.

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My operation system is WinXP,SP2.and my browser Internet Explorer. In an effort to set my browser to accept cookies, I go to I.E >Tools > Internet options > Security > Custom level > Security Settings. Instructions I obtain from the net, then tell me:

"Scroll down to the Cookies heading.
Click on the options you want for stored and non-stored cookies. Click on Disable to reject all cookies. Click on Enable to accept all cookies. Click on Prompt to ensure that you'll be asked permission before accepting a cookie."

My problem is I have been unable to locate a "Cookies" heading and do not have sufficient knowledge of the terminology to identify the correct section under a different name. Would you be good enough to advise as to the exact wording of the heading I must amend under Security Settings. Thank you in advance, Mchaggis.

Answer:Setting Browser To Accept Cookies

You might want to review, "How to manage cookies" from the Microsoft KB article at this link. Hopefully that will give you a better overview of the whole cookie process. hthBe (Cookie Baking) Safe Da Bleepin (wish I was a cookie monster) AniMod, Animal

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I have XP pro, IE6, and have BitDefender. I suddenly quit being able to logon to both Yahoo acct.s, but can logon to Hotail. Yahoo notifies me browser is refusing cookies. I've checked BD firewall, which is set to default medium, and no other firewalls are on. 

Answer:browser refuses cookies for Yahoo

Have you deleted cookies under tools and internet options lately?  If not, do so and check your privacy tab and see what the slider is set on.

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Windows 7 computer.Went into browser and reset to browser settings.went into control panel, Internet options, and allow cookies is checked.Where else to do I go to get Skype to open on this computer?

Answer:Skype says my browser is blocking cookies

What browser and Version?IE PaleMoon, ArticFox, Edge, FireFox, Chrome, Chromium...Are you using we based Skype or the installed version?

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I'm having trouble logging onto a site that uses cookies to recognize me. I've tried adjusting the privacy settings under internet options in my browser, but it still won't accept the cookie. I even put the privacy setting to accept all cookies, and stll wouldn't work. I think there maybe some spyware or somthin messing with my cookies. Could someone take a look at my HJT log and see what's goin on. Thanks.
Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1
Scan saved at 7:26:05 PM, on 9/9/2005
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP2 (6.00.2900.2180)

Running processes:
C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\system32\LEXBCES.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\system32\LEXPPS.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_02\bin\jusched.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccApp.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\SYMANT~1\VPTray.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\ctfmon.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccSetMgr.exe
C:\Program Files\Symantec AntiVirus\DefWatch.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\VS7DEBUG\MDM.EXE
C:\Program Files\Symantec AntiVirus\Rtvscan.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccEvtMgr.exe
C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\NOTEPAD.EXE
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Answer:Browser Won't Accept Cookies, HJT log included

I don't see anything malicious in your log.

Is it possible that it has been blocked before? Check the list of sites listed under Privacy that are being blocked to see if it's there.

You could also try adding it to the Trusted Zone.

Let me know how it goes.
 

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Windows 7 computer.Went into browser and reset to browser settings.went into control panel, Internet options, and allow cookies is checked.Where else to do I go to get Skype to open on this computer?

Answer:Skype says my browser is blocking cookies

What browser and Version?IE PaleMoon, ArticFox, Edge, FireFox, Chrome, Chromium...Are you using we based Skype or the installed version?

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Many suggest that we should delete browser cache/temporary internet files to increase system/browser speed. They explain that browser cache causes fragmentation of system drive very fast. So deleting this on regular basis will enhance drive performance.
But I am afraid if this really increase browser performance. I guess browser cache/cookie helps to load webpage faster because the browser downloads this files when we visit them.
Also deleting browser cache after each browsing session will affect those who have limited download option. Because once i experimented that extensive browsing ~3 hrs will increase the browser cache size to ~80mb.
So, please help me out of this. Because if it really affects browsing speed in a negative way I would prefer to defrag system drive after each browsing session rather than deleting cache.
 

Answer:Deleting Browser Cache/cookies..!!!

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I have both FF11 and IE10. For some websites I do allow cookies to be saved. I seems I can't do this for either browser with my 32bit Win8 Consumer preview. Is there some windows setting that is controlling this? In FF options there is no mention of cookies anywhere, except for one check box labeled "Tell sites I don't want to be tracked".

Answer:Browser unable to save cookies?

Tools | Options | Privacy | Firefox will: Use custom settings for privacy

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OS: Windows XP Home 2002, Service Pack 3Anti-virus Programs: AVG Free Edition, Ad-Aware, Spybot Search and Destroy, HijackThis - all updated and latest versions.Problem: My internet browser has been hijacked. If I do a Google search and click on one of the results I am redirected to a marketing website - it may be prompting me to buy software, or gamble, spurious websites mainly, never the site I actually want.What I have done: I ran AVG, it picked up the problem but didn't solve it. So, I ran Spybot and Ad-ware, same same. Picked up the probs, removed them but still the problem persists. The problems reported are:FM ToolbarZlob.DNSChanger.RtkTracking CookiesThat is the bried info. I have also delted all my cookies from my internet broswer (Mozilla). I even un-installed Mozilla and re-downloaded it to see if it fixed the problem - no luck there. The problem is only affecting Mozilla Firefox and not my IE. Strange.The programs I have aren't removing the problem so I assume it is in my registry or something. I checked my Add/Remove programs but nothing out of the ordinary there.I don't want to have to rebuild my computer so my last resort is HiJackThis - here is my log file. Let me know is I have posted correctly. I hope someone can help. Ta.Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2Scan saved at 6:28:42 AM, on 19/11/2008Platform: Windows XP SP3 (WinNT 5.01.2600)MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6000.16735)Boot mode: NormalRunning processes:C:\WINDOWS\System32\sm... Read more

Answer:Browser Hijackers and Tracking Cookies

Hello! My name is Sam and I will be helping you. I will do my best to communicate clearly to you so that we can resolve your issues as quickly as possible. In order to see what's going on with your computer I will ask for you to post various logs from the tools that we will use to fix your computer. Please communicate freely with me about how your computer is reacting and behaving as we work through this process.Please download Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and save it to your desktop.alternate download link 1alternate download link 2Make sure you are connected to the Internet.Double-click on Download_mbam-setup.exe to install the application.When the installation begins, follow the prompts and do not make any changes to default settings.When installation has finished, make sure you leave both of these checked:Update Malwarebytes' Anti-MalwareLaunch Malwarebytes' Anti-MalwareThen click Finish.MBAM will automatically start and you will be asked to update the program before performing a scan. If an update is found, the program will automatically update itself. Press the OK button to close that box and continue. If you encounter any problems while downloading the updates, manually download them from here and just double-click on mbam-rules.exe to install.On the Scanner tab:Make sure the "Perform Quick Scan" option is selected.Then click on the Scan button.If asked to select the drives to scan, leave all the drives selected and click on the Start Scan button.The sc... Read more

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I've been working on the subject problem for more hours than I care to share.  However, it's still not working.  In addition, if I think I've solved the problem and try and log in to FB it will than give me a messsage that javascript is not enabled on my browser.  I don't understand any of this...I was able to log on and off yesterday without any "messages".  I did delete temporary cookies, however, I don't see how that would have any effect.  Anyway, please help, I would like to use FB.Thanks, for your time.Sylvie

Answer:Facebook: Cookies are not enabled on your browser

You get this message when you try to login?Which browser? Internet Explorer or Firefox?

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Hi, my roommate recently was experiencing browser hijacked and didn't know how to deal with it. The problem might be caused by his grandchildren who sometimes come over to use his computer to download some programs such as Buddy2Buddy and other games. I followed your preparation guide to clean up the computer and it seems to help alot. Among the critical objects identified by Spybot Search & Destroy and Ad-Aware were data mining tracking cookies and some browser hijackers, etc. I didn't take down the names but I remember one was MtWebSearch or something like it. But the Ad-Aware continued to show critical objects when scanned.

Previously my roommate had a security suite from Cox but the firewall used was Windows'. When I followed your guide to download and install a better firewall, in this case ZoneAlarm, the Cox anti-virus program was disabled. There was no way to get the Cox anti-virus program re-started, so I had to download one from your guide, in this case AVG 7.5. Now, everything seens fine except that lucomserver_2_6.exe and others such as Server of Logitech and Webshot constantly asking from ZoneAlarm for permission to connect to the internet.

I'm attaching the hijackthis logs before and after following your guides, bitdefender report and Ad-Aware logs for your inspections and await for your advice. Thanks!

Answer:Ie Browser Hijacked And Tracking Cookies

Hello malwarebegone and welcome to the BC HijackThis forum. Let's see a current HijackThis log. Instead of attaching the log to the post copy/paste the entire log into the reply (we don't open attachments in posts).

I will review the information when it comes in.

Cheers.

OT

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I have a Dell running Vista, using IE8. I keep getting this message when trying to go to farmville, the zoo, farmtown, ect...Cookies are not enabled on your browser. Please adjust this in your security preferences before continuing. I have clearded cache, set security to default, enabled cookies, added facebook to trusted sites and still nothing. I have a laptop as well that runs Vista, IE8 and it doesn't have any problems at all.

Answer:Facebook- Cookies are not enabled on your browser.

Do you have cookies enabled on everything but restricted sites?

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I was trying to sign on to my banking site and got a msg "performed illegal activity" so I went to tech and they give ways to correct for IE 5 and Netscape 4 but nothing else. This is what is says to do:On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
Click the Security tab.
Select the Internet zone.
Click Custom Level.
Scroll down to the Cookies section and enable both the " Allow cookies that are stored on your computer" and the " Allow per-session cookies (not stored)" sections
I have no such section that I can find and I'm afraid that my frustration and attempts are only making a bigger mess. So I'm putting everything back to default and need to know what else to do PLEASE
 

Answer:how do I enable both the " Allow cookies that are stored on your computer" on IE6

Internet Explorer 6.x

Select "Tools | Internet Options..." from the main menu.
Change to the "Privacy" tab
Click "Advanced..."
Check "Override automatic cookie handling"
To enable: Select "Accept" for "First-party Cookies" and "Third-party Cookies" Check "Always allow session cookies"
To disable: Select "Block" for "First-party Cookies" and "Third-party Cookies" Uncheck "Always allow session cookies"
To get a prompt: Select "Prompt" for "First-party Cookies" and "Third-party Cookies" Uncheck "Always allow session cookies"
Click "OK"

Steve
 

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I previously registered with a website, and everything has been fine until now. The website now cannot log me in, and says that my browser (IE 7)does not accept script cookies. I'd lowered the security level to Medium, and added the website to the safe list for cookies, regardless of privacy policy. And it still doesn't work!! Anyone got an idea what it could be, or how to solve it? Thx.
 

Answer:My browser doesn't accept script cookies? Please help

I have absolutely no experience with IE7, so can`t solve your problem with it. However, if you were to try a different browser such as Firefox, this may at least solve your problem with that particular website.

Regards Howard
 

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Hi,

It seems I have some type of virus. I've included my hijackthis log below. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks in advance, Kristie

Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2
Scan saved at 10:34:09 AM, on 11/9/2009
Platform: Windows XP SP3 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6000.16915)
Boot mode: Normal
Running processes:
C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\Ati2evxx.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\Ati2evxx.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\Ati2evxx.exe
C:\Program Files\Alwil Software\Avast4\aswUpdSv.exe
C:\Program Files\Alwil Software\Avast4\ashServ.exe
C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE
C:\PROGRA~1\ALWILS~1\Avast4\ashDisp.exe
C:\Program Files\iTunes\iTunesHelper.exe
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Version Cue CS2\ControlPanel\VersionCueCS2Tray.exe
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat 7.0\Distillr\Acrotray.exe
C:\Program Files\NetRatingsNetSight\NetSight\NielsenOnline.exe
C:\WINDOWS\RTHDCPL.EXE
C:\Program Files\NetRatingsNetSight\NetSight\NielsenOnline.exe
C:\WINDOWS\CNYHKey.exe
C:\Program Files\SUPERAntiSpyware\SUPERAntiSpyware.exe
C:\Program Files\Spybot - Search & Destroy\TeaTimer.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\ctfmon.exe
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat 7.0\Acrobat\acrobat_sl.exe
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Acrobat 7.0\Reader\reader_sl.exe
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goto: http://www.computerhope.com/forum/index.php/topic,90098.0.htmli put the solution there.

Answer:Cookies are not enabled on your browser. Please adjust this in your security pre

Let me be the first to say 'what?'That has no relevance to anything... why are you posting this? And don't swear.

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A worth reading guide on How to delete cookies?
Chrome ? The Public Favorite:

Click on the ?hamburger? icon located at the upper right corner of your browser. From the pop menu that opens, choose Settings. Now scroll down to the button and click the option titled Show advance settings. Under the heading Privacy, select the option titled Content settings.
Once a new window for Content Settings opens, checkmark the option titled ?keep local data only until you quit your browser? and then click Done.
Close the settings tab and you are done. If you are unable to locate any of these options or they appear differently, upgrade your browser to the latest one.
Click to expand...

NOTE: The guide had many snapshots so I didn't quote the whole content here.
For deleting cookies automatically in Firefox, edge, explorer and other browsers. You need to visit. I have only shared the Chrome version here.
 

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Even without cookies, a browser leaves a trail of crumbs.

Those with no technical knowledge generally believe that they are anonymous when simply browsing the Web. Those who know more might recognize that IP addresses can be used to do some rough targeting, while browser cookies can be used to track someone across sessions and across IP addresses. But what if your browser itself—even with cookies off and IP addresses out of the picture—was leaving a digital fingerprint at every site you visit?

Find out how unique your browser fingerprint is by visiting Panopticlick and clicking on the Test Me button to help EFF collect anonymous data from your browser and give you feedback.

The more anonymous the less unique, the less anonymous the more unique.

-- Tom
 

Answer:Even without cookies, a browser leaves a trail of crumbs

Already posted

http://forums.techguy.org/tech-related-news/898208-browser-fingerprinting.html

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I have been helping a neighbor's son with his netbook. It started out with the System Fix virus. He had no desktop or programs listed and something about click here to fix the problem. I loaded SEP and got to work on getting it clean. I was partially successful and was able to run SEP until it came up empty but Google searches seem to be redirected and cookie requests started appearing even if IE was not running. This included in safe mode.

I have run malwarebytes antimalwarebytes and it found things that SEP didn't and it now runs clean. As of now, every program I have tried runs clean but the problem persists. I have checked the hosts file, proxies settings, and a list of other things. This is obviously more stubborn and embedded than my skills and abilities can fix. Rogue.agent was one that was found and another was win32/1 or something like that (hard to read on the screen since it is a netbook and my eyes are getting older!).

After the last cleaning and reboot, i now get a new hardware wizard for unknown hardware. i have not installed any new hardware since i have had possession of the netbook.

the step of running dds initially locked the workstation. the second attempt took over 15 minutes...and then locked the workstation. I am still attempting to get the dds program to work.

when running gmer, i not have all the available options. most of them are greyed out for me. i only have services, registry, and files. c:\ and ads.

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Answer:redirects and unwanted cookies (even with no browser open)

Hello and welcome to Bleeping Computer! I am HelpBot: an automated program designed to help the Bleeping Computer Staff better assist you! This message contains very important information, so please read through all of it before doing anything. We apologize for the delay in responding to your request for help. Here at Bleeping Computer we get overwhelmed at times, and we are trying our best to keep up. Please note that your topic was not intentionally overlooked. Our mission is to help everyone in need, but sometimes it takes just a little longer to get to every request for help. No one is ignored here. To help Bleeping Computer better assist you please perform the following steps:*************************************************** In order to continue receiving help at BleepingComputer.com, YOU MUST tell me if you still need help or if your issue has already been resolved on your own or through another resource! To tell me this, please click on the following link and follow the instructions there.CLICK THIS LINK >>> http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/logreply/437817 <<< CLICK THIS LINK If you no longer need help, then all you needed to do was the previous instructions of telling me so. You can skip the rest of this post. If you do need help please continue with Step 2 below.*************************************************** If you still need help, I would like you to post a Reply to this topic (click the "Add Reply" button in the lo... Read more

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Hi,
Please can someone help.
I have recently installed an XP upgrade on my pc to take it from Win 98 to XP. Needless to say there were several updates needed doing, one of which was SP2. All was going fine until SP2 installed. The PC was working fine until the next re-start after which every time I try to sign into my bank, MSN, or any other site that needs cookies it says my "brower is rejecting cookies"
I have tried all the obvious options like internet options-tools-and checking cookie settings, allowing known sites, checking settings against a friends and NOTHING works. I am hoping that you will know what to tell me to assist.
THANKS
Lynn
 

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I have Chrome, I've never had this problem until today. It won't let me log on to coppermine and some other forums, it keeps saying 'Your browser does not accept script cookies.' The box in settings is checked to allow but it still won't. I tried to restart my computer, I deleted everything. I even uninstalled Google and re-installed. The only thing is when I re-installed my data stuff was still there. I just need help because I don't want to switch back to firefox. Thanks in advance.

Answer:[SOLVED] Warning your browser does not accept script cookies

I think I have a few ideas:

1.I recommend you set your PC Clock to the exact time and date (If not already done)

2.Try This (Both ways uncheck and checked to see if it makes any difference) :
1. Click the Wrench icon in the browser toolbar
2. Choose Settings
3. Click Show Advanced Settings
4. Click Content settings in the Privacy section
5. Ensure that the bullet for Allow all sites to run JavaScript (recommended) is checked

You can also visit the Chrome Store (although I'm not sure if they have something that might fix that :/) and search cookies or JavaScript cookies and download the apps that show up.

Chrome in my opinion is the best browser, but if its really bugging you, just switch to Firefox, it's worth the time....

Good Luck! (I tried my best)

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Onedrive was working a few months ago. Used it today but kept getting the above error message.

Did the google search and also microsoft forums and I just cannot figure out how to get this issue fixed.

Using firefox 42 and it is set to allow cookies

Windows ten up to date as of 12/27/2015

also attempted using windows edge and internet explorer - same error msg

If anyone has any tips, I would sure appreciate the help
 

Answer:Onedrive error message cookies turned off in your browser

Are cookies turned of in Edge and/or in IE ?
 

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Well i look in my friends pc cookies and it has all these cookies from bad sites like playboy and yoursexcoach.com. My friend did not open these sites and i dont know how the cookies got there. Does pop up adds place cookies? I have installed adaware 6.0 on his pc and found over 120 items. But still he has a problem. His IE home page was also changed. He has the sygate free firewall going all the time. What can i do to help him with all this trouble. He uses windows 98 version 1 and ie version that i dont know. He has admitted to opening a email that has had bad stuff on it by accident but could this have put bad syware on his pc. He gets a lot of bad spam emails and does not open them just deletes them. Please help.

Answer:Cookies,bad emails,browser home page changing.

AFAIK, cookies from sex sites do not just magically 'appear', you need to go to the site. I have never once gotten cookies from pop-ups.. I could be wrong, but I doubt it. Please do this:Download 'Hijack This!'.Save it in a convenient permanent folder such as C:\HJT\, double click HijackThis.exe, and hit "Scan".When the scan is finished, the "Scan" button will change into a "Save Log" button.Press that, save the log, Ctrl-A to Select All, and copy its contents here. [/b][/color]Please do not remove anything yet. You can severely damage your system, and render in unusableOne of the HJT Team will be along to help you..:D

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