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Web sites are keeping tracks even if I clear cookies and cache

Hi everyone, I set up my Firefox for Android to delete cookies and cache when I click on "Close". I was happy with it but I realized several months ago than websites a… (read more)

Hi everyone,

I set up my Firefox for Android to delete cookies and cache when I click on "Close".

I was happy with it but I realized several months ago than websites as leboncoin.fr, amazon.fr, decathlon.fr (yes i'm french), didn't keep me loged in but remember what I had looked for and where I was. This problem is permanent.

I don't have this problem with Firefox for Windows.

So it seems something is nor cleared from the app when I close it.

Thank you very much for your help !

Asked by aj14 1 year ago

Last reply by aj14 1 year ago

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No way to add exceptions to cookie blocking

I found the hidden page where you can "manage" cookie exception rules, but there's no way to add rules, or remove them, presumably, if you found a way to hack them in. … (read more)

I found the hidden page where you can "manage" cookie exception rules, but there's no way to add rules, or remove them, presumably, if you found a way to hack them in.

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cookies

It appears that sites are making it impossible to avoid disallowing cookies. Are the mechanisms changing in this way? It seems that they no longer allow me to opt out. Wh… (read more)

It appears that sites are making it impossible to avoid disallowing cookies. Are the mechanisms changing in this way? It seems that they no longer allow me to opt out. What can I do about this?

Asked by SidA 1 year ago

Last reply by Paul 1 year ago

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clicking 'accept all cookies'

Hi Can someone please tell me what happens if I have third-party cookies blocked by default, but I click 'accept all'? Will that override the default and allow the site t… (read more)

Hi Can someone please tell me what happens if I have third-party cookies blocked by default, but I click 'accept all'? Will that override the default and allow the site to store the cookies on my device, or will Firefox continue to block the third-party cookies? I ask because some sites (Galvanize, for example) won't allow you to see the page without clicking the 'accept' button, but I don't want the big tech boys spying on me! Thanks for your help.

Asked by Phil Poole 1 year ago

Last reply by TyDraniu 1 year ago

Open a website via an installed link on home screen -> History not saved

My favourite weather app is not working on my phone, but they also have a website, so I decided to use the 'install' option from the menu to install a direct link to the … (read more)

My favourite weather app is not working on my phone, but they also have a website, so I decided to use the 'install' option from the menu to install a direct link to the website.

When I use this website in Firefox, the first question I get is my location. When I open the website again this is not asked again.

But when I use the installed link on the homescreen it ask's my location every time, like this is not saved or something like that, a bit the same as 'ingognito mode'.

Is there a possibility that when I used the installed link on my homescreen that it save's my location (history) so that it not asked every time I open it ?

Asked by gatzelabordus 1 month ago

ipad firefox logging all sites out on launch

Since earlier today, every time I open firefox on my ipad it logs out websites. Even if I just logged in with the "remember me" option checked, and even if I close and re… (read more)

Since earlier today, every time I open firefox on my ipad it logs out websites. Even if I just logged in with the "remember me" option checked, and even if I close and restart the browser immediately the sites are already logged out again. I am NOT in private browsing mode and I'm using the latest version. I've also tried: - clearing cache - clearing cookies - clearing all website data - restarting the ipad None of these things have allowed sites to stay logged in for me. It seems to be a bug and it's currently making firefox totally unusable.

Asked by Glory 1 month ago