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How do I recognize the CNET logon cookie?

by Ray Harinec / March 14, 2007 1:02 AM PDT

Thinking of using Ccleaner [if I find out how to use it without a disaster] and want to move the CNET cookie to the do not remove area.

Posted about how to use Ccleaner in the newbies forum.

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Hi ray
by tomron / March 14, 2007 2:16 AM PDT

Some of them are:
cnet.com
forums.cnet.com
my.cnet.com
reviews.cnet.com
www.cnet.com

I'm quite sure there could be more.

Tom

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WOW, I assumed [yes I know]
by Ray Harinec / March 14, 2007 2:53 AM PDT
In reply to: Hi ray

that there would only be one dedicated to the log-on, Knew that there would be many for the Cnet places visited.

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They're not all necessary...
by John.Wilkinson / March 14, 2007 3:04 AM PDT

Cnet places numerous cookies on your computer, keeping track of how many pages you visit, what 'sections' you visit, advertisements, etc. Some have "cnet" in the name, while some don't. However, just one cookie is actually needed to maintain your login information, and that is cnet.com. I ended up blocking most others simply because I don't care to be part of third-party advertising demographics.

John

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Thanx John. I did see that one
by Ray Harinec / March 14, 2007 6:49 AM PDT

and moved it to not remove.

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