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dreamer
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Registered: ‎01-31-2009

How can I allow cookies to be enable for only one specific website?

I would like to allow one website to use cookies, in order to make use of their downloads. But I want to do this without completely turning off Norton Anti-Virus & Spyware protection. Is there a "safe" list or something that I can add the web address to?
Phil_D
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Re: How can I allow cookies to be enable for only one specific website?

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Hello dreamer,

 

There are no settings in Norton to allow or block cookies and therefore no reason to turn off any Norton component.

 

Controls on cookies are best made through your browser privacy options.

 

Cookies in general are not a threat. Often, they are useful to help with your login information to different sites or even such things as to "store" you local area for checking weather reports.

Message Edited by Phil_D on 01-31-2009 07:07 PM

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