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Supercookies are tracking mechanisms that do not rely on traditional browser cookies to store user browsing data.
Because they are not deleted in the same way as traditional browser cookies, even users who attempt to delete web tracking objects often miss them.
reference common JavaScript for working with browser cookies, HTML
A more sophisticated variant of the technology uses Web browser cookies to gather information about listeners, enabling the broadcaster to stream ads that are specifically targeted to that listener.
It also manages browser cookies, allowing users to protect their preference and password-saving cookies while deleting the rest.
Shredder enables you to keep your Internet activities private by automatically overwriting web browser cookies, histories and cache files on logout.
This includes auto complete addresses, history log files, browser cookies, cache files, temp directories and recent files list.
In addition, Symantec's firewall technology offers protection from hacker infiltration, provides customized privacy settings and protects the user from browser cookies that collect the user's personal information when accessing Internet sites.
Window Washer erases file histories, browser cookies, cache contents, and other crumbs that applications and Windows itself leave behind.
In addition, Symantec's firewall technology offers protection from hacker infiltration, provides customized privacy settings, and protects the user from browser cookies that collect the user's personal information when accessing Internet sites.
TACODA leverages a Web cache technique to preserve a consumers' opt-out choice even if they delete their browser cookies, something other opt-out systems cannot currently do.