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Hello. I am not new to Firefox, but I have problem with cookies. It surprises me. The problem is that: 1) I log into a website; 2) I clear the cookies using both the "Clear Data..." and "Manage Data" buttons (marking all the options); 3) Firefox says "Your stored cookies, site data and cache are currently using 0 bytes of disk space." 4) I refresh the page of the website; 4) the website still shows that I am logged in; what is more, the developer tools->Storage shows some cookies (I do not know whether it is all of the expected cookies for that website). What is more surprising to me: 5) After the above steps, when I set the option "Block cookies and site data->Type blocked" to "All cookies" and then refresh the page, the website says that I am NOT logged in, but the cookies ARE still shown in the developer tools->Storage; 6) after that, when I set this option to "All third-party cookies", after refreshing the website says that I AM logged in "again". The cookies are still shown in the developer tools->Storage. To be sure, I have checked the above behavior using a new, clean profile. I wanted to know if this is expected behavior. Maybe I just do not understand how cookies work (in Firefox)? My environment: Firefox 63.0.3 (64-bit) (clean, new profile, beyond of course the above cookies settings); Fedora 29 Workstation; Linux 4.19.2-300.fc29.x86_64 UPDATE: this website does not handle session in the URL.
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When I delete Firefox cookies, I would like to delete only selected cookies, which would be about 98% of them. There are a few web sites that use stored cookies to let me log in faster, if they don't find their cookies I have to get an email, text or phone call to log in. In past I used CCleaner which had a list of cookies to keep. Past several months CCleaner isn't even listing that it see any cookies, others are seeing the same thing- it just not deleting cookies for IE, Chrome or Firefox. Question, is there a way with standard Firefox to delete cookies on close, but have a list to save and not delete? I see where to create list to allow, allow for session or block. But I am thinking that list isn't for keeping if I were to click on "clear data" or check the option to "Delete cookies and site data when Firefox is closed". Bleachbit will clear cookies, but it doesn't give you options to save certain cookies. There may be some plugin/addons to FF, but I get nervous about all the options they need like view all data. I understand why, but would rather do it all within FF standard code. I am using Windows 7 Pro 64 bit, Firefox 65.0.2
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I'm experiencing a long-lived bug, or more possibly file corruption, that became important very recently. Due to another bug in Firefox 65 (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1249037), I need to change cookie permissions. In the preference panel under "Cookies and Site Data", the "Manage Permissions" button doesn't work, although being not gray. After clicking this button, the expected window is not shown visibly. However invisible window still blocks keyboard and mouse input to the original firefox window. Clicking away from the center of the screen or Esc would disengage and possibly close the invisible window. The consequence is that I can't see or change permissions from this window. I have been having this problem for several firefox updates so it's more like a corrupted file. Despite that, cookie permissions still function properly and can be updated through the icon on the address bar. Although there are workarounds such as through the icon on the address bar, this is really inconvenient and makes it hardly possible to edit cross site or cross subdomain cookie permissions. How do I figure out what is wrong and correct it please? I'm using Ubuntu 18.04.
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