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since making foxfire my browser, my bank doesn't recogonize my computer. how do I fix?

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We just recently made foxfire our browser, changing from internet explorer 8. Now every time we sign on to our bank's web site. We are ask the security question and if we want to register this computer. We provide security answer and check yes to recognize . No matter how many times we've done this it will not recognize our computer. I have sent a note to the bank they say , something about settings, not allowing the cookie to be placed. I need help in resolving this matter. Thanks Olinda

We just recently made foxfire our browser, changing from internet explorer 8. Now every time we sign on to our bank's web site. We are ask the security question and if we want to register this computer. We provide security answer and check yes to recognize . No matter how many times we've done this it will not recognize our computer. I have sent a note to the bank they say , something about settings, not allowing the cookie to be placed. I need help in resolving this matter. Thanks Olinda

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  • Such details are stored in a cookie.
  • Create an allow cookie exception (Tools > Options > Privacy > Cookies: Exceptions) to keep such a cookie, especially for secure websites and if cookies expire when Firefox is closed.

Clearing "Site Preferences" clears all cookies, images, pop-up windows, software installation, and password exceptions.


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The part was about clear recent history did it for me. I checked cookies and bank was already allowed. Once I unchecked the clear recent history, bammo!