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PCA adaware tracking cookies?


john bunyan

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My SAS scan today found 3 adaware tracking cookies - one seems to come from PCA.Normal cookies are fine but I prefer not to have these tracking cookies, described as a "threat" by SAS.Maybe someone from PCA could comment.

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rdave13

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If you're using IE9 check the safety tab and select tracking protection. See if you've got one enabled.

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bremner

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The PCA cookie is probably the one that means you don't have to log in everytime you visit the site

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john bunyan

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rdave13 Thanks. Am using IE9 bremner. will check next time.

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john bunyan

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rdave13. It says :Your Personalised list .. Disabled

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rdave13

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You should see a link to get to a list. I use two, EasyList and Abine.

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john bunyan

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rdave13. Thanks . I have copied you!! Many thanks - did not know of this feature!

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