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Why don't SuperAntiSpyware stop adware tracking cookies in Real Time Protection. :?:

It's a waste of system resources - we may add the option in the future, as most people don't understand that cookies are not really harmful.

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It's a waste of system resources - we may add the option in the future, as most people don't understand that cookies are not really harmful.

I do not understand it, why do the program remove it when I scan after visiting the sites, why not before. :D

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It's a waste of system resources - we may add the option in the future, as most people don't understand that cookies are not really harmful.

I do not understand it, why do the program remove it when I scan after visiting the sites, why not before. :D

It's a waste of system resources....

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Sorry to ask this, but why is it a waste of system resources. I use time to remove it because I do not want to have this tracking cookies when I use the internet. I can understand that some cookies are good ex. my account.

The tracking cookies are not good for me at all. :D

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Sorry to ask this, but why is it a waste of system resources. I use time to remove it because I do not want to have this tracking cookies when I use the internet. I can understand that some cookies are good ex. my account.

The tracking cookies are not good for me at all. :D

You do understand that cookies can't infect you in any way correct? We will likely add the real-time removal in a future version of SUPERAntiSpyware, as it is the user's choice on how much of their system power they want to use, etc.

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I think it is good to let the user deside to disable or enable this thing. I will look forward to this in a version in the future. You have made a very good Prof. program.

I love to tell my frinds about the free version and hope the will by the Prof.

This is the last input from me. Thanks.

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I think it is good to let the user deside to disable or enable this thing. I will look forward to this in a version in the future. You have made a very good Prof. program.

I love to tell my frinds about the free version and hope the will by the Prof.

This is the last input from me. Thanks.

Thank you for the compliments! :)

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block 3rd-party cookies(tracking cookies) in IE 6-7:

1. Click on the Tools button on the Internet Explorer tool bar.

2. Highlight and click on Internet options at the bottom of the Tools menu.

3. Select the Privacy Tab of the Internet Options menu.

4. Select the Advanced... button at the bottom of the screen.

5. Select override automatic cookie handling button.

6. To block third party cookies select block under "Third-party cookies".

7. Click on the OK button at the bottom of the screen.

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Opera:

File> Preferences> Privacy Preferences. in the second drop-down-box under cookies, thoose: "Do not accept third party cookies.

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Firefox:

Open Firefox, write about:config, scroll down to network.cookie.cookiebehavior.

doubleclick on "network.cookie.cookiebehavior" a box will appear, write 1 and click ok.

0 = All cookies are allowed. (Default)

1 = Only cookies from the originating server are allowed.

2 = No cookies are allowed.

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