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How can I allow ALL sites to use cookies FOR THE SESSION?

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How can I allow ALL sites to use cookies FOR THE SESSION only?

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Yes, Firefox keeps allowed cookies unless you use Delete browsing, search and download history on Firefox to remove cookies. You can easily check that yourself.

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Let the cookies expire when you close Firefox. If you need to keep some specific cookies then create an allow exception: Tools > Page Info > Permissions

Tools > Options > Privacy > Cookies: "Keep until": "I close Firefox" You can also disable third-party cookies unless you visit sites that use them.

To see all the History and Cookie options, select: Tools > Options > Privacy > History: Firefox will: "Use custom settings for history"

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I normally do not allow permanent cookies except for certain sites like chase.com but I do want to allow all other sites to set session cookies. So I tried to enter "*" in Tools/Options/Privacy/Exceptions and then click on "Allow for session only" but that doesn't work. It is too much work to allow this for all sites seperately.

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If all cookies expire if you close Firefox then that are automatically session cookies and will be removed when you exit Firefox. You can't create an exception with wildcards.

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But I don't want ALL cookies to expire when firefox closes, what I need is an option: "Always allow session cookies". Are you sure that with your solution the "allowed" cookies won't get deleted when you close Firefox?

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Yes, Firefox keeps allowed cookies unless you use Delete browsing, search and download history on Firefox to remove cookies. You can easily check that yourself.