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Cookie that keeps coming back
Hi, I'm running Firefox 110.0.1 on a linux machine and since installing cookie autodelete I have noticed that the web site yts.mx keeps reseting its cookie, a PHPSession cookie, even though I only visited the site once and that was a week ago. Also a few minutes after starting firefox yts.mx shows up on the about:network#http page of firefox and I'm guessing this is when the cookie gets set.
I can't find any information about about:network#http but there seem to be a lot of web sites listed that I don't visit. What does this page display?
I have tried removing all entries referencing yts.mx in my history. I have searched all non binary files in my profile directory for any reference to yts.mx. The only one thats comes up is in a file called AlternativeServices.txt and I have deleted the reference in that file numerous times and it keeps coming back.
I have also tried deleting the startup cache.
Any ideas apart from resetting firefox to stop this site from setting cookies when I haven't visited it?
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Ok I feel really stupid, spent hours on this but forgot I have an RSS feed reader that reads a feed from yts.mx. Set it up ages ago and never use it. DOH!!!
I would still like to get info on about:network#http is actually displaying. I can't find any info on google about it. Google search has gotten a bit crappy for this kind of info IMO. There website listed in there that I specifically block at my DNS server so just curious what this page is actually telling me. Is it about prefetching domains??