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|User since||September 13, 2012|
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DNT+ or Sandbox ? Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Well, With Do Not Track Plus, all NAI's companies can store their own cookies. We don't like that.
Firefox does efficiently refuse third party cookies, when this option is set ON.
I have read all recent reviews and this add-on still does not convince me.
Finally I rather use the SANDBOX of Quick Heal Total Security 2013. So cookies are stored in a virtual environment.
All tracks fully deleted except HTML5 storages Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Secure Sanitizer 0.5.0 is a great add-on, but I am expecting a new version which also delete HTML5 storages. This add-on works fine, deleting all surfing tracks and all login ID/passwords to bank account.I have set on the option "US DoD 5220 3 steps" to get the higher cleaning.However the HTML5 storages are not deleted at all and I had to install the other add-on "Foundstone HTML5 Local Storage Explorer" just to do a complentary cleaning of my tracks.
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
We have tested DNT+ in Firefox 14.0.1. It is working fine, indicating great numbers of tracking companies.
However DNT+ has added 177 unwished cookies which cannot be deleted with Firefox as they always are immediately re-inserted. These enforced cookies comes from companies who joined the "Network Advertising Initiative" (NAI).
Is there a DNT+ option which prevent from inserting NAI opt-out cookies ?
I did not find such an option.
Firefox already protect us efficiently from third-party cookies. What is this DNT+ made for ?
Why should I consider Abine inc. as a trusted editor ?
Why should I be tracked by NAI companies ?