Banish Flash cookies forever under Linux
Jul 30, 2010, 15:04 (2 Talkback[s])
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"LINUX USERS can banish forever Adobe's Flash Player cookies,
which can be a good idea because, for one thing, as a plugin Flash
doesn't observe web browsers' Private Browsing modes.
"Like other kinds of web cookies, you have no idea what these
are doing, but it's a fair bet that they might enable inquisitive
websites to track your browsing habits. However, you can find and
delete these Flash cookies. You can also banish them forever, if
you're using Linux."