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Hello I run adaware, spyblaster, microsoft antispyware, spyware guard, and even though adaware detects and removes name@cs.sexcounter[2].txt it keeps reappearing every time I use the internet.

Seems to me there must be an app that restores the cookie when it finds it deleted. My antivirus app trend micro doesn't seem to care either, and it looks like it is a big business tracking cookie: http://www.sexcounter.com/index/

Does anyone know how I can rid myself of this persitent cookie?

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Please do NOT bump your topic.
And certainly not after a few hours

http://privacy.getne.../ie6/block1and3

If that doesn't help then:

http://privacy.getne...6/blockspecific

Regards,
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whoops, just read the bump policy, only my second post ;)

cheers for the info Metallica :tazz: , I searched and found this article on an alternative recommeded cookie setting approach:

http://www.mvps.org/...002/cookies.htm
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Also an excellent explanation of the same method. :tazz:

Good luck.

Let us know if it doesn't work for some reason.

Regards,
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