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Could you please help me find the Menus and choices mentioned in the section "Managing Cookies Site-By-Site" on http://www.mozilla.org/projects/security/pki/psm/help_21/using_priv_help.html#cookies_manage

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Could you please help me find the Menus and choices mentioned in the section "Managing Cookies Site-By-Site" on http://www.mozilla.org/projects/security/pki/psm/help_21/using_priv_help.html#cookies_manage

That section states "To control cookies on a site-by-site basis:

  1. Open the Tasks menu, choose Privacy & Security, and then choose Cookie Manager.
  2. Choose "Unblock Cookies from this Site" or "Block Cookies from this Site."

When you are warned (while browsing) that a web site is requesting to set a cookie, you can click Yes to allow or No to deny the cookie. You can also select the option for your browser to "Remember this decision."

If you select "Remember this decision," you will not be warned the next time that site tries to set or modify a cookie, and your "yes" or "no" response will still be in effect.

If you wish to change a remembered response later, use Cookie Manager to edit your list of automatically stored cookies.

To stop automatically accepting cookies from a site:

  1. Open the Tasks menu, choose Privacy & Security, then choose Cookie Manager.
  2. Choose View Stored Cookies from the submenu. The Cookie Manager window opens with a list of all the cookies stored on your computer.
  3. Click the Cookie Sites tab. The web sites for which you have allowed or denied cookies are listed.
  4. Click to select the site from which you no longer want to accept cookies, and then click Remove Cookie. The next time you visit that site, you will be warned if the site attempts to set a cookie.

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If the above method is not available...is there a way to __x__have the option to use the cookie during the session and trash the cookie when firefox is closed __x__have a process to create a 'whitelist' of desired cookies, all others to be trashed automatically if not rescued by the user

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Could you please help me find the Menus and choices mentioned in the section "Managing Cookies Site-By-Site" on http://www.mozilla.org/projects/security/pki/psm/help_21/using_priv_help.html#cookies_manage That section states "To control cookies on a site-by-site basis: 1. Open the Tasks menu, choose Privacy & Security, and then choose Cookie Manager. 2. Choose "Unblock Cookies from this Site" or "Block Cookies from this Site." When you are warned (while browsing) that a web site is requesting to set a cookie, you can click Yes to allow or No to deny the cookie. You can also select the option for your browser to "Remember this decision." If you select "Remember this decision," you will not be warned the next time that site tries to set or modify a cookie, and your "yes" or "no" response will still be in effect. If you wish to change a remembered response later, use Cookie Manager to edit your list of automatically stored cookies. To stop automatically accepting cookies from a site: 1. Open the Tasks menu, choose Privacy & Security, then choose Cookie Manager. 2. Choose View Stored Cookies from the submenu. The Cookie Manager window opens with a list of all the cookies stored on your computer. 3. Click the Cookie Sites tab. The web sites for which you have allowed or denied cookies are listed. 4. Click to select the site from which you no longer want to accept cookies, and then click Remove Cookie. The next time you visit that site, you will be warned if the site attempts to set a cookie. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% If the above method is not available...is there a way to __x__have the option to use the cookie during the session and trash the cookie when firefox is closed __x__have a process to create a 'whitelist' of desired cookies, all others to be trashed automatically if not rescued by the user Best Regards

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That are instruction for very old Mozilla Suite versions (Copyright © 1994-2001 Netscape Communications Corporation) and do not apply to Firefox.

For Firefox, see http://kb.mozillazine.org/Cookies