Re: libflash (64 bit) problem on kongregate.com
On Mon, 19 Mar 2012 14:33:53 -0400, Celejar wrote:
> On Mon, 19 Mar 2012 15:58:39 +0000 (UTC) Camaleón <email@example.com>
>> On Mon, 19 Mar 2012 16:39:02 +0100, Loïc Grenié wrote:
>> > 2012/3/19 Camaleón <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> >> No way. Sites require cookies, all require cookies right now. I do
>> >> allow all cookies for any site, but I delete all of them when I
>> >> close the browser (which happens every minute :-P). It's annoying
>> >> having to deal with an amnesic browser but it avoids many headaches
>> >> (like this of yours) :-)
>> > I didn't know you could erase Flash cookies at each exit.
>> It seems there are add-ons for that specific purpose (e.g.,
> Recent FF / IW (from v4) natively clear Flash cookies:
Ah, then that's why I didn't ever notice any problem, if supercookie
management has been integrated within Firefox's privacy clean settings
all are lost every minute...
But the above talks about Flash Player 10.3 and that's very old. Is still
the same for newer versions of the plugin? That will be great... and guess
that also worthless in the long time because Adobe is dropping NPAPI :-(
> "Also on 5 January 2011, Adobe Systems, Google Inc., and Mozilla
> Foundation finalized a new browser API (dubbed NPAPI ClearSiteData).
> This will allow browsers implementing the API to clear local shared
> objects. Four months later, Adobe announced that Flash Player 10.3
> enables Mozilla Firefox 4 and "future releases of Apple Safari and
> Google Chrome" to delete local shared objects, so since version 4,
> Firefox treats LSOs the same way as HTTP cookies - deletion rules that
> previously applied only to HTTP cookies now also apply to LSOs."
>> > However, I want to keep my scores in Gemcraft, no way I delete all
>> > the cookies at each exit (my browser cookies, however, are deleted
>> > at each exit).
>> Then you have to allow and keep this rubbish in your computer :-)
> Nope - BetterPrivacy allows the designation of exceptions:
Sure, what I meant is that you need to keep that kind of crappy cookies
because you want them: no way out.