//some 3rd party need geo

blocking cookies

  Tree3 19:22 03 Oct 03

how do i block cookies with internet explorer 5.5

  Jester2K II 19:35 03 Oct 03

You can't you need 3rd party software.

Only IE6 covers cookie blocking.

  -pops- 19:46 03 Oct 03

Think before you do this. Blocking cookies can cause many problems if you are not very careful.

  graham√ 20:23 03 Oct 03

Total control of Cookies? click here

  graham√ 20:25 03 Oct 03

If you decide to go for it, delete all cookies and start afresh.

  GORAL 21:16 03 Oct 03

I support graham's view and tell you that the link he attached is to Cookie Wall - an excellent programme that has solved my problems with cookies, particularly "pests" like Doubleclick etc.

  Audeal 21:26 03 Oct 03

I use Cookie Wall and I allow about six cookies on my machine and all the rest are blocked as they come in. A Brilliant piece of software.

Go for it Tree3. You wont be sorry.

  Wes Tam ;-) 21:37 03 Oct 03

I totally agree about CookieWall and if you use the 'Prompt' setting you can overcome -pops- warning and temporarily accept a cookie.

Initially you will get a lot of 'Prompts' but as you weed out the unwanted cookies that's soon overcome.

  Tree3 21:53 03 Oct 03

its just because loads of tracking cookies were being stored

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