Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Need to amend my review. CC no longer protects cookies when you shut down FF and specify "clear cookie on shutdown". It used to and this was the feature that I most liked

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Rated 1 out of 5 stars

I used CookieCuller for a long time, up to Firefox 24, but sadly for me, this module didn't fully work anymore. I tried to contact the author to propose an update, but I do not get any response.

Has the result, I have publish the update to a new name: CookieKeeper.
I made it available for Thunderbird & SeaMonkey too.
The version 1.5.0 do not migrate the CookieCuller preferences, but the release 1.5.2, currently under the review queue, will.
When installing, CookieKeeper check for CookieCuller preferences, if found, it ask you if you want to migrate your preferences. It then delete the CookieCuller preferences. You can after uninstall CookieCuller.

Can pin selected cookies of one domain and abandon all others. Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Still installs and works fine in FF 26. Only Cookie Add-On I found that allows to keep CERTAIN cookies for a domain (like login name) but delete other cookies (like tracking) for the same domain when closing the browser.
Unfortunately no development since 2009. General UI polishing would be great. I'd like to be able to browse while Cookie Culler's main window ist open. Could have some more options, e.g. a link to see for which sites cookies are blocked. BUT: gets the job done. (I don't need cookie editing features for daily browsing, there are other Add-ons that specialize on web development or pentesting.) Thanks, Dan!

still available and works Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I just installed (Dec 29 2013) it on my Firefox V26 and it works perfectly. So simple even I could use it!
Jim B.

I fear its the end for CC as we know it. Rated 1 out of 5 stars

CC was a great little addon for Firefox but it looks like development has finally ended.

This is posted on the support website:
"(December 22, 2009) CookieCuller 1.4 has been released to make it compatible with Firefox 3.6. It also contains some other small fixes, none of which are critical. A note about future versions: Does this mean the active development of CookieCuller is continuing? Probably not. Don't start sending me feature requests."

my thanks go to Dan Yamaoka for creating this tool and I wish him all the best in future projects.

regards
James

Cookie protect change Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Cookie protect change is not work i see cookie alway get change

How i can fix this ?

Can't protect cokkiers now. Rated 1 out of 5 stars

On Firefox over ver22, this add-on does not work. I'm worry(;;)

I hope there's an update coming. Rated 2 out of 5 stars

I really like the design of this add-on, but unfortunately I’m having the same issue as Wolfgang See: it’s only remembering the protected cookies I set the first time I used the add-on, after that it doesn’t seem to remember new ones. Really hope there’s an update in the pipeline.

Keeping cookies you want? it does not work Rated 1 out of 5 stars

it only keeps the cookies I protected at first time. The other I protected later will be also deleted at
firefox 22

Issue installing w/FF 15.01 Rated 2 out of 5 stars

The extension will not install. It will act like as if it is installing - asking for restart - but the extension never shows in "Add-Ons".

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

When it works, it works. But I have a couple problems with it.

Sometimes I have thousands of cookies to go through, and I will delete a lot and protect a lot. However, when I close Firefox and go back in and open CookieCuller to see the remaining cookies, my previous changes have not taken effect. I have to go through the entire process again, and sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. Just moments ago, I deleted hundreds of cookies with CookieCuller, and closed out of it. When I reopened to make sure the cookies I deleted were gone, some of them were still there. It took 3 times of deleting those cookies until they were actually gone when I reopened CookieCuller.

Also, one site can leave numerous amount of cookies. There is no way to tell which cookies I need, and which I can delete. For example, every time I visit Google, there are new cookies that have an unprotected status. I already have dozens of Google cookies protected; do I need to protect the NEW Google cookies? There is no way to tell what data is in the new cookies. The only cookies I want to save are login type cookies. So in addition to the dozens of specific site cookies I already have, I now have to protect a bunch of new cookies for that site. I just don't get it...

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Not very user-friendly for managing a large number of sites. The interface could need a search or filter to narrow down lists etc.

My usage guide Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Still working GREAT for me on Windows Firefox 12. I made a web page about how I use it.
http://henerey.horizon-host.com/cookieculler/
Whoops, old reliable freebie Horizon Host is down now, so I copied the page over to my ISP Space:
http://home.comcast.net/~henerey/cookieculler/

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Seems to have stopped working Rated 1 out of 5 stars

For a few weeks now even protected cookies are forgotten by Firefox. Uninstalled.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Easy to use cookie addon that lets you protect important cookies so you don't accidentally delete them!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

For my own usage this plugin is a "must have" : it's the only one offering a white list for deleting all unwanted or unknown cookies in a snap, and managing the white list is very simple, right on the main dialog window. I don't use other fonctionalities like bloking domains (which seems to have a glitch from reading other comments - I use spybot S&D to set a black list within FF configurations). Thus for that sole functionality I give this plugin 5 stars.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

It´s NOT deleting unprotected cookies on startup on 3.6.23.

update:
It was a problem in co-op with session-saver.

Be careful Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Please be careful with this. If you block cookies for a site, you can not allow them again later, thus you risk that a blocked site is impossible to use.

Uninstalling the add on does not change this.

Please check this bug:
https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=22271

Best cookie manager in FF Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Just the best one. Although it should start by a wizard that protect cookies that have an expiration date and works only in secure connection. Because all the password for GMail, G+, FB etc... are in these little cookies. Last stuff, it should also integrate itself with the automatic cleaning of the privacy tab in FF preferences. :)

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

As I have previously mentioned, as have others - allowing by domain would be useful - and updating to work with Fx 7 and beyond would also be good.

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