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Tracking cookie secure us-imrworldwide

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I am having trouble with a flash cookie that keeps reappearing in sas it is secure us-imrworldwide.com. It is always under user\app data\macromedia\flash player\#shared objects. How can i get rid of this one once and for all. It has been doing a little better since i started using cc cleaner.

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I am having trouble with a flash cookie that keeps reappearing in sas it is secure us-imrworldwide.com. It is always under user\app data\macromedia\flash player\#shared objects. How can i get rid of this one once and for all. It has been doing a little better since i started using cc cleaner.

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What version of SUPERAntiSpyware are you running?

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I don't mean to sound rude, but what does the above person's version of SAS have to do with anything?

Here it is seven months later and I have the same question.

Came here for the answer and found a moderator not answering it.

SAS free version

Program Version 5.0.1142

Database Version 8086

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Bumpity Bump.

A little more info: I have that cookie blocked on Firefox (v9.01) and I don't use Internet Explorer.

And SAS still finds it on every scan.

Program Version: 5.0.1142

Database version: 8087

Other than that, same question as original asker.

Since SAS finds this tracking cookie, I thought that the SAS forum might be a good place to ask about it, but it isn't looking that way.

It's starting to look like I'll have to ask my Superantispyware question at download.com.

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Some cookies are re-created immediately upon deletion or on reboot, some flash cookies SAS is not able to remove. In either case, cookies will not harm your computer. If you google "delete flash cookies" you should find some resources on how to delete them manually.

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