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Does Firefox 28.0 no longer store cookies in cookies.sqlite?

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For old version Firefox i am sure cookies are stored into cookies.sqlite & sessionstore.js files.

For Firefox 28.0 things seem being changed, i can't find any records in the SQLite file( cookies.sqlit). But i do see some cookies items in the Firefox "Cookie" panel. Where are these cookies stored?

A screenshot here: http://bcs.duapp.com/webscraping/temp/ff_cookies.jpg (I don't know how to attach a file here).

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Can you post your troubleshooting data?

Firefox should still store the cookies in the cookies.sqlite file, but may keep cookies in memory during the session. Just to be sure that you look in the right place: You can use this button to go to the currently used Firefox profile folder:

  • Help > Troubleshooting Information > Profile Directory: Show Folder (Linux: Open Directory; Mac: Show in Finder)

Make sure that you do not run Firefox in permanent Private Browsing mode (Never remember history).

  • Tools > Options > Privacy > Firefox will: "Use custom settings for history"
  • Deselect: [ ] "Always use Private Browsing mode"

You can use the SQLite Manager extension in Firefox to inspect SQLite database files.

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I am sure i look in the right place, "about:support" can also tell me the real profile directory path. I am also sure i don't run Firefox in permanent Private Browsing mode.

- but may keep cookies in memory during the session. If so, how to make Firefox flush them into cookies.sqlite?

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I am sure i look in the right place, "about:support" can also tell me the real profile directory path. I am also sure i don't run Firefox in permanent Private Browsing mode.

- but may keep cookies in memory during the session. If so, how to make Firefox flush them into cookies.sqlite?