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SadieO

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:tazz: At someone's recommendation, last week I deleted my cookies, files and history on my Internet Explorer. In addition, I subscribed to MacAfee firewall. Since then, I cannot access subscription websites, such as eHarmony or eBay. I have gotten updates on all the service packs, etc from Microsoft, disabled the firewall, & still it does not work. Interestingly, I can still access sites such as CNN and Drudge Report.

What should I do? Any help would be appreciated. I assume I deleted some cookies that I needed.
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Johanna

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Have you tried logging in again?

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yes, I have rebooted, etc. Strangely, I just downloaded a new browser (I think it's called Foxfire) recommended by a user on this website & the same thing still happens. When downloading, it asked if I wanted to transfer the settings from Internet Explorer and I said no...assuming that my Explorer settings were the problem.

Any ideas?
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On the websites that you are a member of, do they have a place to enter your user name and password? Did you receive emails that told you how to enter the "members only" area when you signed up?

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If your MacAfee firewall is a new addition, check its settings to see if it's not blocking all cookies. This is usually under privacy settings.

I prefer zonelabs myself, its free! :tazz:
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