clearing all website data for a particular website
fedex.com has broken my browser! I have a FedEx account for my business, but I no longer use it. However, I also receive packages from FedEx from time to time. For reaso… (Lesen Sie mehr)
fedex.com has broken my browser!
I have a FedEx account for my business, but I no longer use it. However, I also receive packages from FedEx from time to time. For reasons that cannot be explained by anyone at FedEx, my Firefox browser will not allow me to create a new FedEx account to manage my deliveries. In other words, after I enter my new username & password, the FedEx website comes back with a failure message with words to the effect that, "This didn't work, please refresh your page."
I called FedEx tech support & learned they are now totally incompetent. The only solution that was offered was "Clear all of your browser history". I didn't fall for that - I did however delete all history with "fedex" in the link. I also removed all 31 cookies associated with fedex.com. Then, I re-started the browser, and tried again:
Upon summoning the fedex.com login page, the login information was pre-filled with the userid & password for my old, unused business account! How does this happen without cookies or history? Where is fedex.com getting this data? Is it stored on my browser - or does fedex.com have some nefarious scheme whereby they're using my computer id or IP or???
I need to delete every shred of data in my browser that is associated with FedEx - how do I do this?