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When I start the Mozilla browser it automatically places the cookie "amazon.cn". Where does that come from?

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Chinees cookies coming out of the blue makes me worry.

Chinees cookies coming out of the blue makes me worry.

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Duplicate question.

Please continue here :

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1252978

Duplicate question. Please continue here : https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1252978

Umnikazi wombuzo

I already looked to this Amazon assistant before, when I opened it I found the cookie amazon.com, which is normal. Therefore I dn.t think of removing the entire Amazon Assistant, which I did now and that solved the problem. No “amazon.cn” cookie anymore after starting Firefox. Thank you MCCOYfor your help.

I already looked to this Amazon assistant before, when I opened it I found the cookie amazon.com, which is normal. Therefore I dn.t think of removing the entire Amazon Assistant, which I did now and that solved the problem. No “amazon.cn” cookie anymore after starting Firefox. Thank you MCCOYfor your help.