Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen

Absolutely stellar add-on.

Only wish that when it deletes cookies the popup bubble wouldn't appear on top of programs other than firefox (I'm aware you can disable the notification entirely, but I still want to see it when firefox is in the foreground)

Minor gripe though, so still highly recommended.

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[Feature Request] white list based on bookmarked sites Bewertet mit 2 von 5 Sternen

Instead of keeping track of a separate white list for sites I want cookies kept from, it would be very useful to instead just have a checkbox that says: "whitelist all bookmarked sites"

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Warning - This Addon Will Delete All Your Cookies Automatically Upon Install Bewertet mit 1 von 5 Sternen

I am speechless at the decision to have it just wipe all my cookies without warning. Wow. Then it doesn't delete all Google cookies. Brilliant.

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Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen

I love this add-on ..Thank-you !!!!!!!!

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Great addon, complements other privacy addons very well. Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen

This is becoming one of my favorite addons. It lets me browse the web with cookies enabled (preventing the experience to be crippled) while still offering privacy by deleting cookies the moment I'm done. It complements addons like noscript or disconnect very well.

Other reviews mention problems with google's cookies. I have not encountered this but I suspect this might be due to using Self-destructing cookies alongsite many other privacy focused addons.

As such, I would not recomment this by itself but as part of a collection of privacy addon. This is not a criticism. This does one thing and does it well, but there's more to privacy then just cookies.

5/5, a must have for privacy conscious users. Also works great on palemoon.

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GREAT ADD-ON Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen

No complaints here. SDC does exactly what it says that it will do: Removes cookies. I will say that when I first install the SDC, it removed all of my cookies, meaning I had to go back and enter passwords, but other than that, I love this add-on!

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Slow start up when you have a lot of opened tabs. Bewertet mit 3 von 5 Sternen

After studying several cookie managers I choose this one as my first choice. Unfortunately this add on is slowing FF down very much. I believe this is because I have a lot of opened tabs and the automated removal of cookies process is the cause of this slowing down.
A start up delay before this process starts might solve my problem, preferably with selectable timer.

Disabled in stead of removed the add on for now in the hope this problem is addressed. Otherwise good add on.

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Excellent - but not effective with Google! Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen

Useful, great add-on, works as described. The only serious problem as mentionned in previous review: it fails do destroy Google cookies. Please, this has to be fixed!

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Whitelist Vulnerability Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen

Tho I love this add-on & continue to use it, I've discovered that its WhiteList can be hacked - can have many ad-type sites appear there that you didn't okay.

In this case, it happens when running IObit's Advanced System Care, so of course that program is highly suspect. Nonetheless, I thought the programmer should know about this. Perhaps s/he could find a way to protect the WhiteList from anyone or anything else making entries there.

Great add-on, overall.

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Almost! Google.com all pervasive Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen

An excellent add-on, almost.
It does what it says on the tin, almost.
It does not delete the google.com cookie. 100% truth. Sadly

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Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen

Al fin una herramienta que se encarga de las cookies adecuadamente!

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Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen

I already used several cookies related plugins for Firefox, but this is surely the best of them all. It should be integrated into FF itself! Simple, efficient and unobtrusive.

5*! Thank you for this great job!

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Destroys your cookies instantly - and a bug stopped me undeleting them Bewertet mit 1 von 5 Sternen

BEWARE: This addon destroys all your cookies as soon as it is installed and shows you a browser page about it and describes how to undelete your cookies.

Like someone reviewed in the past it did not work and just says "still resuming - please wait" every time I click "undelete cookies and suspend" for over 20 minutes (I had only 134 cookies).

I had to restore my Firefox profile from my backups.

V0.4.4
Firefox 30.0
Windows 8.1 32 bit.

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Outstanding! Would you please make one for Opera 12. 10+ (which has no cookie killers/cleaners) Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen

I have tried all of the cookie add-ons available in Chrome, Firefox, IE, and Opera (but, as I noted, there are none for Opera ver. 12.17)

Why am I using the latest iteration of Opera version 12.1x?

BECAUSE I HATE CHROMIUM-BASED BROWSERS!!!!!!

And I define the IE acronym as "Intrusive Environment", and not "Internet Explorer."

Firefox is my main browser EXCEPT for printing and saving web pages - because, beginning with v30, it will not work with my XP SP3 OS. Yes, I know it's very old school but I am upgrading my computer this week, rather than having to buy a genuine Microsoft installation disk of Win 7 (not Win 8) and a 2nd hard drive OR hopping on eBay where sellers get away with packaging a "Win 7 installation disk" along with a peripheral or a piece of hardware like an inexpensive interface card or small amount of RAM, or putting it on a new HD and passing along the authentication key (with or without the reinstallation disk).

But, since there are a lot of people still using XP and Vista - despite the caveat of being "a hacker's paradise" now that MS no longer supports them, it would have been nice if Firefox 30 were fully backwards compatible. IIRC, v29 still was, but like a thief in the night, Mozilla updated it in the background w/o informing users about its "little compatibility issue."

Anyway, on to a review of Firefox 30's SDC add-on:

The fact that you can UNDELETE cookies should have answered a lot of people's questions about losing cookies that they should have kept. Since every cookie cleaner worth its salt has, at a minimum, a WhiteList of what you do NOT want deleted, it falls on the user, and not the developer, to manually enter those sites that require cookies to be stored. Additionally, if you don't like having to re-log into your favorite sites, and you are the only person using the computer, then those cookies should be protected as well.

Since I do not delete cookies known as LSOs, aka persistent storage or Local Storage, from secure server websites (SSL, HTTPS) without knowing what they are, where they came from, and if I must keep them available, I choose to handle them on a case-by-case basis.

The LSO's to watch out for are called "ever-cookies" or "zombie cookies" that you think you killed but return from the dead.

The main category of LSO's that you should inspect are Flash cookies. Most are required for showing embedded video and animation (e.g., Macromedia ShockWave and Adobe Flash Player). Some may be safely removed without affecting a web page or displaying a video (if it uses HTML5 instead of Flash) but YouTube and Vimeo are two sites that rely heavily on Flash and should be put on your Whitelist. (It would be nice to have a BlackList as well).

Since Flash is also the carrier of choice for viral infections (along with PDF), and also one of the primary reasons for random updates of browsers that use Flash and PDF plug-ins, everyone should be paying attention to their LSO's. There is a "default" Flash LSO that gets updated by every site that requires Flash. You may want to delete that after filling in your WhiteList with the sites you frequently visit. Then, when you revisit those sites, the default Flash LSO will only contain their entries and be protected if you do a global deletion of Local Storage via SDC.

You can have the best of both worlds by creating a separate browser profile that you can choose when starting Firefox. Each of your profiles can have a different set of instructions for handling cookies and local storage.

By pressing the START key, then RUN, and typing into the box the following:

firefox.exe -p

Press ENTER and you'll be taken to the "Select a profile" dialog (that is normally kept hidden with your "default profile" highlighted) and from there, create a New Profile with a new name, and then unchecking the "Use this profile when starting" box in the dialog so that you can manually choose which profile to load when your browser starts.


Here are the features of SDC I like:

OPTIONS SECTION (Tools, then Add-ons)

* Grace period (for cookies that sneak in after your webpage has been loaded and past your normal cookie filtering procedures).
* Turning off Notifications (that are really annoying BUT I advise newbies to leave it on for a few sessions just to see the avalanche of original and 3rd party cookies that assault your session. The evidence of it is getting a Notification balloon that's 1/4 the size of your browser window!)
* Include Local Storage (leaving the choice of Keep/Kill in your hands)
* Undelete Cookies
* Allow 3rd party cookies (although it can be turned off from within Firefox, SDC is the only way to undelete them if accepted).

ADD-ON BAR ICON

* being able to temporarily suspend operation and resume operation
* choosing when and where to remove cookies (e.q., After browser closes or after Tab closes, or Never)
* undelete cookies
* the icon color and animation.

I like them but other people don't - maybe they have a low tolerance for distractions or short-attention spans. I don't notice it because I'm too focused on what I'm doing. I also prefer knowing that an add-on is working and in what state it currently is.

Good grief, it's a tiny red dot in the upper right-hand corner of the window that pulsates when operating. (It's not like my antivirus icons in the taskbar that are blinking, winking, or revolving. My resident malware shields, though, stay still (Spybot Search and Destroy and MalwareBytes Exploit).

SUGGESTED CHANGES:

1. ADD BLACKLIST
2. INDIVIDUAL SETTINGS FOR SPECIFIC COOKIES
3. MAKE SDC AVAILABLE FOR OTHER BROWSERS
4. RIGHT-CLICK CONTEXT MENU TO SET OPTIONS

There are very few add-ons that get 5 stars let alone deserve them. This is one of them when you compare it against its competition (I have not seen anything else do what SDC can, so your experience may vary, as they say).

Like I said, the only negative is not having it available for the NON-CHROMIUM BASED generation of Opera browsers. They took a really different approach to browsing -very unlike the "gravy-train" browsers that were nothing more than a fancy overlay on top of an old version of IE, or worse, a clumsy rebranding of Chrome.

My love for Google, notwithstanding, now that they shoved YouTube and every other program they run under Google+ because they could not compete as a social media site with Facebook, LinkedIn, Tumblr, and Pinterest running "circles" around them. ;-)

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Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen

Perfect. This is exactly like it should work in every browser!
Only accepted/friendly cookies may remain, rest is gone..
5 stars

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Brillian addon Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen

I love the way it solves the cookies issues.

I'd like to use this space to make a comment. I also block all my cookies by default (as the question in the Q&A). I tried the suggested answer and it did work but for some reason it works as the "yellow" setting some times and others as the "red" one (I would like it to work always as "red").

Could it be based on the origin of the cookie? meaning, I have domain.com white-listed to accept session cookies but I got a cookie from sub.domain.com, then it acted as "yellow". With another site, if the cookie was directly from domain.com it acted as "red".

Greetings and thank you!

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Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen

Works as advertised. A minor annoyance is the button's animation when notification are disabled which is rather pointless, just like the notifications, and distracting.
An option to disable the animation would be useful, like for any pointless eye candy.

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Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen

This is an excellent add-on! Does what it says. I only miss one feature...

I would like be able to whitelist single cookies, so as to avoid having to close all those annoying one-time messages in Wikipedia, Google, YouTube etc... that just inform me about their cookie policy or automatic setting of my language.

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Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen

I'm on android (4.4.2) and I'd like the menu entries to be in thier own folder to save room & scrolling.

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missing SDC icon win7 FF30.0 + the addon bar (restored) v3.2 Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen

Upgraded to FF v30.0 now SDC seems to be working cause i see the pop-up notice but the config icon is missing so i cant select per website a cookie setting unless i edit the whitelist manually.. this really sucks. don't know if "the addon bar (restored)" has anything to do with it, but i had to install that to get another addon to display it's icons... soooo it sounds involved ! in some way.

Update: me so stoopid.. it turns out the icon was available when editing ( customize) the menu items... i didn't recognize the grayed out version so didn't notice till i mouse-overed and the text title showed .. got if all setup now :)
displayed as a text title while editing http://prntscr.com/3ta3t7
It was there all along... just didnt see it...
http://prntscr.com/3ta4py

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