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What are people saying about MAXA Cookie Manager

Peter Meyer Amazing, MAXA Cookie Manager found 765 Cookies (3 web bugs) on my computer. I feel much better now. Good to know, that it is under MY control now!
Oct 9 2009 at 6:44pm Copy Link
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ellison Wales Ive been using this software for a few months now.Got it to replace cookiesafe for Firefox.Have to say its one of my favourite softwares now.Works flawlessly ,simple to use ,and support is great too.
Oct 10 2009 at 12:57am Copy Link
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K H Is the license good for only one computer, or would I be able to use it on two? To clarify: One user, Two computers.
Oct 10 2009 at 2:11am Copy Link
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Jens Müller Thanks KH for your question.
See the FAQ at http://www.maxa-tools.com where we write that with one purchased license we allow simultaneous use on TWO computers.
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Oct 10 2009 at 2:20am Copy Link
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K H Thank you for the quick answer. I appreciate being able to use an application on my desktop and still have it available when I need to travel with a laptop.

I have one more question: I installed the program only to find that the download is not the pro version advertised here. Therefore, giving it a quick tryout is impossible. In this version the Help file can only be accessed by downloading a PDF from the website. Does the pro version come with its own help file?

Thanks.
Oct 10 2009 at 3:51am Copy Link
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Jens Müller You can try out the software by using the free Standard version which is linked from this page. In the Standard version you'll see everything that's avaiable in the Pro version but parts of it will not be functional (e.g. no automatical cookie deletion with whitelist and blacklist).

The whitepaper that also serves as manual, describes the product and backgrounds and contains a comparison chart between Pro and Standard version can be found here:
http://www.maxa-tools.com..._WP_EN.pdf
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Oct 10 2009 at 4:30am Copy Link
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BitsDuJUser Hi,

I bought the PRO from the deal. Works fine.

I am confused because it gives an impression that it gives dynamic protection in real time. However IT DOES NOT!

The tracking cookies as well as domains that are in the black listing for blocking are coming into my computer making me furious.

I have configured the smallest unit i.e. that it should check every 1 minutes. However there is no sense of this because within 1 min. i.e. 60 seconds there is information being passed to those domain collertopr cookies.

Is this speculation true? Should it not really block and prevent cookies from the black list coming into my computer in the first place?
Oct 10 2009 at 5:25am Copy Link
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Jens Müller Thanks Cookie Freak for your interesting question, however your fear does not apply due to the following reasons:

1.) Cookies do not pass information to websites themselves. At the moment of surfing, with cookies disabled, websites get the same information than with cookies enabled. Cookies are only getting into the game over time, as they allow websites to store information on your computer in a cookie which allows them to recognize that you are the same person as the one that visited a website that set the cookie earlier. With this, websites can begin creating a profile of you, what e.g. large advertising networks do, to find out which sites you visit and in which ads you mights be interested therefore. This information can also be linked to account information and so on.

If you set MAXA Cookie Manager to delete cookies regularly, you prevent that such a profile can be created. We therefore suggest that you keep cookies for 15 minutes.

2.) A complete block of websites in advance is possible with MAXA Cookie Manager as well: Look into the blacklist and select the option "Complete block" for host names you do not want to allow a connection at all. In this case no information reaches that server. Keep in mind that you won't be able to visit that site, so just apply this to host names that are loaded as part of websites, not for entire domains you really want to visit.
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Oct 10 2009 at 5:42am Copy Link
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Albert C. Hi. It looks like MCM is a very useful product. I have a couple of questions though:

-Is it compatible with Win7 x64?
-Are the latest browsers supported (IE8, FF 3.6, Opera 10.5, Chrome 4)?

I tried to find this info in your web but I couldn't ^_^.

Thanks!
Apr 21 2010 at 9:54pm Copy Link
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Jens Müller Hello Albert,

yes, it is compatible to Windows 7 64 bit and yes, it supports the current browsers you mentioned.
For more information check http://www.maxa-tools.com/cookie.php
Apr 21 2010 at 9:58pm Copy Link
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Jens Müller You can also try the standard version (download link above) to see for yourself.
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Apr 21 2010 at 10:02pm Copy Link
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Peter L What about the license? Is it valid for version 4 or for one year or lifetime? Please inform me, because I couldn't find it on your site.
Thanks in advance,
Peter L.
Apr 22 2010 at 9:38pm Copy Link
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Jens Müller Hi Peter,
Thank you for asking. A license is always valid for lifetime. UPDATE are for no charge. Normlay we publish 5 to 8 per year. An UPGRADE (i.e. V1,2,3,4.X to 5X) cost $ 15.00. You are not forced to purchase an UPGRADE. You can use every generation as long as you want.
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Apr 23 2010 at 2:47am Copy Link
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Albert C. Thanks a lot for answering my question about Win7 x64 and browsers compatibility! ^_^
I'm definitely buying 2 or 3 licenses on Thursday! ^_^
Apr 23 2010 at 9:32am Copy Link
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Martin Boimont Hi, I use registry tools to clean pc and normally they clean cookies also, so my questions
1) What Maxa will bring new to clean cookies
2)How maxa will work with the registry cleaners
3)Do maxa bring new technologies in cookies cleaning and what are they
Thank you
Apr 28 2010 at 9:38pm Copy Link
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A. Goyal What is your typical product life cycle? i.e. How long before you release v5 and i would need to pay for the upgrade vs update? I presume v4.1 is at entry point and would go thru several dot releases before major v5 comes out? Just asking as Nuance company played a trick on me. Sold me v11 of paperport at Christmas'08 for 50% off xmas special ($100), only to announce their new v12 in 3 months asking me yet another $100 for v12. I would have waited to purchase v12 had i known of this. Left a very sour taste for Nuance's marketing tactics.
Apr 28 2010 at 10:06pm Copy Link
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Jens Müller Hi Martin, most registry cleaners do no know browser independent cookies (like Flash or Silverlight) at all and only delete http-cookies. As Ash also correctly said, MAXA Cookie Manager furhtermore allows real management of cookies though black and whitelists, allowing custom rules for automatic handling and recognition of cookie threat levels and deletion accoridngly. With the whitelist it allows to keep the cookies you really need, e.g. to keep you logged in in your accounts. Total blocking of tracking cookies and web bugs is possible before they are set. 
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Apr 29 2010 at 4:31am Copy Link
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Sputnik Just too bad...

I would have bought this software, but the price indicated on the page where I have to enter all the credit information is the full price and not the special price...

Better chance next time...
Apr 29 2010 at 2:03pm Copy Link
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Jens Müller Hi Jean,

on our side the price is correctly reduced and displayed as sch in Fastspring. We are in contact with Bitsdujour to find out what's happening.
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Apr 29 2010 at 4:16pm Copy Link
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hameed azeez i would like to buy the maxa cookie manager(isit standard or
  pro version ?) through  Bits du Jour  when its comes on 7.10.
pl. confirm i can use one license  in my both laptop and desktop
Oct 2 2010 at 6:32pm Copy Link
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Jens Müller Hello Hameed,

we confirm this is a regular license for MAXA Cookie Manager Pro. According to the license agreement, you can use the software on two computers simultaneously.

Regards,
MAXA Support
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Oct 2 2010 at 10:27pm Copy Link
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Maury R If I "safe list" a particular cookie, will Maxa protect that cookie from being deleted by other cookie cleaning programs (like Ccleaner and jv16PowerTools)?  If not, how would you protect your "saved/protected" cookies?

Thanks!
Oct 4 2010 at 5:07am Copy Link
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Keith Norton This looks pretty intriguing. The alarm noises are a bit irritating, but I guess they are supposed to be (they can also be turned off). They also really make you want to upgrade to the full version to be able to kill off the really bad cookies. It works fine with IE9 so I'll be buying.
Oct 4 2010 at 5:47am Copy Link
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Jens Müller Dear Maury,
no, if you use other programs to delete a cookie, which was whitelisted by MAXA Cookie Manager, they will indeed be deleted.
But I do not see any reason to use other cookie cleaner programs next to MAXA Cookie Manager Pro, as our program takes care of all kinds of cookies, allowing whitelisting, blacklisting and automatic management.
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Oct 4 2010 at 7:24am Copy Link
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S B This is quite a good product. It does as advertised very simply. It also lets you see the details of individual cookies *including its full file path*. (do you know how cookies are named--and where those Flash cookies live?) Technical support is responsive: I had a technical question which was answered very quickly. It's user interface isn't "Martha Stewart" slick, but it's *very* clear, very useful, *very* functional, informative, and also has several powerful tools available, each at the press of its button. Recommended.
Oct 5 2010 at 12:32pm Copy Link
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jeff d Maxa is the best cookie mgr that i've seen that handles flash...the regular price of $35 is too high though...$15-$20 is about right...
Oct 6 2010 at 8:23pm Copy Link
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C N I purchased this great product 4.0 last Oct. 10. How do I upgrade to the current version.
Oct 7 2010 at 5:01am Copy Link
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_*_ I bought the program, and it seems very nice.  The one thing I think is a bit ironic is this program uses DRM to store files on the users computer without the user knowing what they are and how they are used; while its purpose is to search out Cookies that seek to keep tabs on the user without their knowledge.

DRM is not very different as I see it.  I wish MAXA would lose the DRM and treat paying customers as honest and not potential pirates that need to be controlled.
Oct 7 2010 at 7:59am Copy Link
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Greg Brown I bought this software last time around, and have no complaints. In fact, it seems like a great program.  However, I'm a bit uncomfortable after reading MB's comment, and would appreciate a response from Maxa Research.... is what he said true?
Oct 7 2010 at 11:20am Copy Link
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Jens Müller Dear C N,

Thank you for your question. To update MCM, go to "ABOUT" and click "CHECK FOR UPDATE ONLINE" Thats it. The update is for free! If you have further questions, please feel free to contact us.

Thank you
Manfred
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Oct 7 2010 at 6:34pm Copy Link
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Stephane M Hello Jens,

Do you have any comments about what M B said regarding the use of DRM?
Thank you in advance.
Oct 8 2010 at 12:37am Copy Link
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Richard Andersen Hello,

I think there's something wrong with your purchase system. There was supposed to be a 57% discount on this program, but I can see from the receipts that I only got about 40%.
Oct 8 2010 at 6:41am Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson @ Richard Could you please shoot me over a copy of the receipt at roger (@) iconico (dot) com? Thanks! -r
BitsDuJour Admin - Oct 8 2010 at 6:56am Copy Link
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Jens Müller @Stephane, @M B:
MAXA Cookie Manager uses activation and requires the license number and the purchaser's name to be entered before it can be used for the first time after installation. This is done to prevent piracy. Except from the moment of activation, no further transfer of data is done.
Our concept of activation can therefore in no way be compared to cookies which transfer information on every page access in background without a user noticing it.
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Oct 8 2010 at 7:59pm Copy Link
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t d I have a question about the activation and use on two PCs.  I have two PCs, but I have 3 users on each one (me, my wife, & administrator -- neither of our accounts is).  Is that an issue?

Oct 17 2010 at 4:34am Copy Link
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Jens Müller Hello td, no this is not an issue. You'll have to activate for each of the users but this is ok in terms of the license agreement. Should you have any problems please contct support via our contact form at http://www.maxa-tools.com
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Oct 17 2010 at 4:43am Copy Link
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DrTeeth There is a Firefox extension which deletes Flash cookies automatically.
Jan 6 2011 at 8:16pm Copy Link
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Jens Müller Hi Guy,

this is correct, but that extension won't handle other browser independent cookies or cookies of other browsers that you or your applications might use.

MAXA Cookie Manager provides a whitelist to keep those cookies you like to have (settings on websites you want to use).
The Blacklist allows you to block unwanted cookies in advance
These lists then are affective for all browser and browser independent cookies.
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Jan 6 2011 at 9:27pm Copy Link
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Tazzie Just wanted to say that I've been using MAXA Cookie Manager for a while, and love it! It is quiet and works very well ... I definitely don't have cookie problems now ... either with the ones I don't want or the ones I do want. I don't even bother to use cookie cleaners in other s/w programs.
Jan 7 2011 at 8:17am Copy Link
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Harald Vogel Hello,

I'm a registered user of V4. Can I use this discount also for the upgrade?

Thanks
Aug 4 2011 at 11:47am Copy Link
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Jens Müller Hello Harald,

you can purchase a new license of MAXA Cookie Manager in the newest version 5.1 for the reduced price of BitsDuJour. Upgrading your existing licensefrom version 4.x to 5.x would cost you $15, so seems better to me to use the deal here and purchase an new one. All program settings can be kept by the way.
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Aug 4 2011 at 12:09pm Copy Link
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Activations by you How many activations do you allow on purchase or does one have to chase your company for more activations?
Aug 5 2011 at 10:57am Copy Link
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Jens Müller The license agreement allows you to use the software you purchased without time limit on two computers simultaneously. It is possible to transfer to another computer without a problem.
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Aug 5 2011 at 12:32pm Copy Link
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K X I bought this the previous time it was offered here, for both home and office computers. I've been very happy with it: it's easy to use (user-friendly) and even fun, and effective. I've recommended it to my friends.

Jens is right about transferring to another computer. Just go the the "About" screen within the program and press the button "Revoke this license." I wish more programs had this built-in capability for the user to transfer the license to another machine.
Aug 5 2011 at 6:48pm Copy Link
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j m Just played a little with the standard version. I was somewhat surprised that the list of found cookies does not have a separate column showing the risk rating or the entries are colored correspondingly (all the more after checking the documentation).

Then I looked at the Filter function and realized that the list _cannot_ show more than one risk level at a time, which I find pretty strange, because it makes hard to get a full overview (and e.g. to see whether there are several cookies from the same site with different risk levels). Also, I would expect that choosing a different filter does not implicitely start a new scan (and thus deletes all "new" marks, I guess).

Sorry, but looking at your standard price level, I would have expected a more thought-out solution, which helps me see on the first glance where the risks are...
Aug 6 2011 at 7:16am Copy Link
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Jens Müller Hi "j m",

thanks for your comment.
As the documentation mentions, there is a simple way to show the risk rating with colored highlighting. Just click the button "Evaluate" on the bottom left of the screen. You can also enable this automatically in the settings.

Regarding the filter: If no filter is activated, you'll see all levels together. It is true that you cannot combine let's say red and yellow to only hide the green ones. Good idea for the next minor update.

The web bug warnning - if activated - quickly sows you where the risks are.
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Aug 6 2011 at 8:03am Copy Link
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Michael K I just bought this software on the BDJ offer and installed it a few minutes ago to find I have over 2,100 cookies on my laptop which is only a few months old - WOW !!

I am going to pay a lot more attention to this stuff from now on and have already deleted over 900 cookies, 627 of which were noted as "bugs". I think all but a few of the remaining1200 are next on my hit list.

Thanks BDJ and the developer for this software and bringing it to our attention.

Michael K
Aug 6 2011 at 8:30am Copy Link
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al nonymous good deal...i've been using the free version for several years because it finds some flash and dom cookies that even CCleaner misses so its a good time to contribute to Maxa now...

thanks for a good product...
Aug 6 2011 at 9:59am Copy Link
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Bill G I bought this software previously on BDJ and I'm extremely satisfied with it. I use multiple browsers and this software is the easiest and most efficient means of handling cookies. I really like the ability to blacklist and whitelist cookies across all my browsers at once. MAXA does a better job of automatically blocking unwanted cookies compared with other free browser software I've used. Recommended and well worth the price!
Aug 6 2011 at 2:28pm Copy Link
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Michael K I bought this software when offered recently by BitsDuJour. It's been running for several days now and I've been blocking cookies all over the place as a result of what this program has come up with - net result so far is 10,017 cookies that have been trying to invade my system have been removed and the sites responsible have been blocked entirely in many cases and in others just cookies have been blocked.

Things have quietened done now since I've blocked so many ad sites and my reason for writing this is to suggest to both BitsDuJour and the developer to consider an early re-offer so that folks here can take another look at it and have another opportunity to buy it.

Thanks

Michael
Aug 16 2011 at 7:39am Copy Link
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Jason'sHat Cookie Monster!
(Sorry couldn't resist)
Aug 30 2011 at 6:08pm Copy Link
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Peter Corbett Hi all. I have been using this program and it is good. Take the comment about finding something like 10,000 cookies. That is correct if you don't constantly clear your cookies and temp files. I recommend that every computer user install and use a full temp file and memory wiping program that uses at least the DOD standard for wiping files. This standard will wipe all temp files and cookies etc to a standard that can not be recovered. There are a heap of good programs to do this but I reccomend the free program called 'CCleaner' as I have found it to be the best free program so far. You need to play around with the settings to specify exactly what you need cleaned.

All the best
Sep 24 2011 at 10:17pm Copy Link
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Diana Johns I've been using for about a year. Keeps my system running fast & clean.
Sep 27 2011 at 11:51am Copy Link
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J S I'm a little confused by the 2 different sentences in the 3rd from last Policy entry:

Upgrades to future versions of the software will be free for minor versions only. For versions after that, upgrades will require additional payment, which will be discounted by 55%. It will be discounted only if you've purchased the last major version.

the first 2 sentences seem straightforward but the last sentence is the confusing bit: "... It will be discounted only if you've purchased the last major version...."

Please explain if possible. i know the Policy section is compiled by the Bitsdujour moderators but they take their information from the vendors info, dont they?
Jan 11 2012 at 8:14am Copy Link
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Jens Müller Hello J S,

the vendor is speaking here and I must admit that this statement by the bitsdujour editors is not really clear.

Let me summarize the policy: You purchase version 5.3 currently. Updates to 5.4, 5.5, etc will be free. In case of a generation change (major new feature added, etc) we will release 6.0. You can keep using 5.x, but if you want to upgrade to 6.x you would need to pay for the upgrade.
There is no further restriction, except that if we released a new generation shortly after (3 months or less) you bought the previous version, you do not have to pay for upgrade.
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Jan 11 2012 at 9:01am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea Thanks for clearing this up Jens. Just letting you know that we've also updated the license policy by removing that extra phrase (please see Policy tab).
BitsDuJour Admin - Jan 11 2012 at 3:11pm Copy Link
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Joe User The second policy statement seems to conflict with the third and fourth policy statements. I am confused as to how it can both be licensed per computer and that it may also be run on 2 computers and be used simultaneously on those computers. I have a desktop and a laptop and am not clear how many licenses to purchase and be compliant with the 2nd, 3rd and 4th policy statements. Would you please clarify? Thanks.
Jan 11 2012 at 7:24pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale You need one license.

The first statement means that the software licensing system is based on computers, not users. I hope that clarifies the remaining points.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jan 11 2012 at 8:52pm Copy Link
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JesusInsideMe Hi, what about PC Maintenance suites offering a full clean up for internet browsers?, is MAXA Cookie Manager avoiding those suites remove cookies from browsers while they are making its job?, God bless you, bye
Jun 16 2012 at 1:35am Copy Link
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Jens Müller Thank you for your question. MAXA Cookie Manager can not prevent third party software to remove cookies you might have whitelisted in MAXA Cookie Manager. As we provide more sophisticated cookie management we recommend to disable cookie related functionality in 3rd party tools.
MAXA Research Int'l Inc - Jun 16 2012 at 2:40am Copy Link
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VLM So how does this interface with a browser? For example, in Firefox, do I simply stop using the Firefox cookie functionality entirely and let MAXA take over?
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