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What is Symantec's position on Flash Cookies for NIS/NAV?

Hi.

Something to be addressed?

http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/itdojo/?p=1424&tag=nl.e019

Interesting!

      Plankton - MCSE, CSQE     - NIS 2009 • NIS 2010 -Windows XP • Vista • 7 • IE 8

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Kudos0

Re: What is Symantec's position on Flash Cookies for NIS/NAV?

I dont know if it needs to be addressed because Norton is not a manager of cookies but it does remove some cookies that it considers suspect. Do you have an issue with these flash cookies or the way it is handled by Norton?

Kudos0

Re: What is Symantec's position on Flash Cookies for NIS/NAV?

Hi cogldman:

Just curious to know if they are inspected by NAV/NIS in the first place.

      Plankton - MCSE, CSQE     - NIS 2009 • NIS 2010 -Windows XP • Vista • 7 • IE 8
Kudos0

Re: What is Symantec's position on Flash Cookies for NIS/NAV?

Hello all, for flash cookies deleting and protection there is a firefox extension call BetterPrivacy.

Here : http://netticat.ath.cx/BetterPrivacy/BetterPrivacy.htm

Kudos0

Re: What is Symantec's position on Flash Cookies for NIS/NAV?

Norton doesn't delete Flash Cookies but you can delete them and control your Flash Player Settings through the online Flash Player Settings Manager at http://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager02.html

 

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