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Cookies can be used to provide you with
tailored information from a Web site. A cookie is an element of
data that a Web site can send to your browser, which may then store
it on your system. You can
set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie, giving
you the chance to decide whether to accept it. Here is how to set
your cookie preferences:
Netscape Navigator 3:
In the Options menu, select Network
Preferences. In Network Preferences, click on the Protocols tab
and there you may choose to be warned before accepting cookies.
Netscape Navigator 4.x:
In the Edit menu, select Preferences.
In the Preferences dialog box, in the left side menu, click on 'Advanced'
and 4 options concerning cookies will appear on the lower right.
Choose Help for further details.
You can find more information about
cookies and Netscape on the Netscape
Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x:
In the view menu, select Options. Click
on the Advanced tab and scroll down to a yellow triangle icon with
an exclamation point labeled 'Cookies' where you have 3 options.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x:
Microsoft Internet Explorer allows you
to set options for each of four security zones: Internet; Local
Intranet; Trusted Sites; Untrusted Sites. For each of these zones,
you can choose whether to accept, reject, or be prompted for all
persistent cookies, and all session cookies. To get to the option
screen, choose "Tools/Internet Options", then select the
Security tab. Then, for each of the zones, choose "Custom Level",
and scroll down in the options screen to "Cookies".
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.x & 7.x:
You can choose whether to allow all cookies,
some cookies or no cookies to be written to your PC.
To explore and change the options you need to do the following:
Select IE’s “Tools” option, then “Internet Options”, followed by the
“Privacy” tab. You will see a description of the currently selected “privacy”
option, ranging from “Accept all cookies” to “Block all cookies”. Move the
slider to investigate how the different options affect cookie management and
select the option for which you feel most comfortable.
In-depth information may be found on the Microsoft
You can specify how cookies should be handled
by setting your cookie preferences and by using the Cookie Manager.
To change your cookie preferences:Open the Edit menu and choose Preferences.
Under the Privacy & Security category, choose Cookies. (If no subcategories are visible,
double-click the category to expand the list.)
Click one of the radio buttons:
Disable cookies: Choose this to refuse all cookies.
Enable cookies for the originating web site only: Choose this if you don't want
to accept or return Foreign cookies. Cookies received through email (when the message contains a web page) are treated as foreign cookies.
Enable all cookies: Choose this to permit all web sites to set cookies on your
computer and receive them back during subsequent visits. Note: If you select this
option, and later choose to reject all cookies, you may still have some older cookies
stored on your computer (though no new ones will be set).
If you want to be notified when a web site tries to set a cookie, select "Warn me before storing a cookie."
Opera supports the exact same format for setting
cookies as Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. This means that Opera will be able to accept
all cookies that work with these browsers. Cookies are stored in the file named cookies4.dat
located in the user's Opera profile folder (on Linux known as .opera, on Macintosh called Opera
Preferences). It is not possible to edit the file cookies4.dat by hand in order to remove unwanted
cookies from your hard drive, but you can use Opera's server manager
(go to Tools > Preferences > Advanced > Cookies, click "Manage cookies").
Web developers should note that Opera does not store cookies sent from files loaded with
the "file://" protocol, that is, local files on your hard disk. The reason is that such cookies
are considered a privacy risk.
Contact the manufacturer of the browser