baptx

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Name baptx
User since December 9, 2011
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Cookie Monster

Useful addon, Firefox updates may cause bugs sometimes Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Cookie Monster is a useful addon that I have been using for several years.
You can choose which domains allow cookies, 2nd level domain cookies and third party cookies.
There was a bug with Firefox 37, where the "View cookies" menu entry was not working but it has been fixed.
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/cookie-monster/reviews/692266/
Now there is problem with Firefox 42+ that several people have shared here. I also shared it on twitter https://twitter.com/baptx/status/678221772026740737
The 1st level domain can't be allowed for HTTPS websites.
If you use Gmail, you will see errors and Flickr is not usable at all unless you manually add https://flickr.com in Firefox cookies exceptions (www.flickr.com is used for browsing the site but 1st level domain flickr.com uses cookies too).
I heard of a beta version of Cookie Monster, I am waiting for the update.

Edit: If I remember correctly, before Firefox 42, I also didn't have to allow each 2nd level domain of a website.
I have unchecked the menu entry "Options" -> "Use 2nd level domain names" and now I can directly allow the domain (1st level or 2nd level depending on the website) without going to the menu entry "Set cookies access".
But if I am redirected to another 2nd level domain, cookies will not be enabled by default. Can someone confirm that before Firefox 42, if we allowed the 1st level domain, we didn't have to allow 2nd level domains because they where automatically allowed?

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.2.5.1-signed).  This user has a previous review of this add-on.

Cookie Monster

Saving function Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Very usefull app to use with noscript and adblockplus. Cookie Monster works great but it should get a function to save permanently cookies white/blacklists instead of using Firefox saving who lose data after history delete

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1.0.1-signed).