Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Ty Evans is talking out of his rear. I find no evidence of flash cookies remaking themselves once deleted. The only way would be if the user revisits the website that placed them there to begin with. Set Better Privacy to delete DOM Storage, delete flash cookies every two seconds, and delete the ENTIRE "macromedia" file. Even if flash cookies did reproduce themselves without revisiting the same website, those settings ensure they are not in your system long. Mr. Evans also gave a review on TACO with the same message. Credibility destroyed! TACO does not delete flash cookies or block any cookies for that matter. TACO opts you out from receiving them. If Mr. Evans was truly an expert, he would not have left a review for a flash cookie cleaner for a program not even designed to do so.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.48.3). 

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Check this file as well because Better Privacy does not:drive c>users>default>appdata>roaming>macromedia. Anything in the "macromedia" file are LSO's and should be deleted immediately. Better Privacy covers drive c>users>(your computer name)>appdata>roaming>macromedia and deletes the LSO'S in that file according to how Better Privacy is configured. It also deletes DOM Storage. IE8 has the option in the "advanced" section of "internet options" in Windows to "enable DOM Storage". Leave it blank to disable DOM Storage. Use Quick Java in Firefox to disable or enable Java and Javascript when needed. Only enable Java and Javascript if the website you are viewing is business, not entertainment. If it is video online, chances are, without Better Privacy, and without manual clearing of drive c>users>default>appdata>roaming>macromedia file, you have LSO's. Delete them quickly to ensure, every pun intended, Better Privacy.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.45).