Awesome Add-on! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I love BetterPrivacy! It does exactly what I want, and gives me full control over which LSO's to keep or delete.

I have to disagree with Al, a reviewer further down. I did search my PC when I first tried BetterPrivacy, and it found all LSOs stored under my username.

BetterPrivacy *does* search my '/sys/' folder by default. I know this because settings.sol is saved in the sys folder while other LSO files are stored in a folder outside of 'sys'. On my PC, the path is:
C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\Macromedia\Flash Player\\support\flashplayer\sys\settings.sol
Settings.sol is the *only* LSO that is ever saved at this location, and it's only saved at the location when I change default settings via's site. Al, perhaps your PC setup is the problem. You mention LSO files stored in locations that should not be accessible from the web. If your security settings for your PC allow access to all the areas mentioned in your review, then you should take a look at PC's security.

BetterPrivacy is simply awesome. I actually use Chrome on my sites now because it's faster. However, I leave Firefox open in another window. The second a site plants a flash file on my PC in my Chrome window, BetterPrivacy alerts me in the open Firefox window, even though I am not actively using Firefox. It's simply amazing!

I'm truly grateful to BetterPrivacy's creator! Recently, I have been very active on Facebook and play numerous games by Zynga. For a variety of reasons, none that enhance a player's experienced with their games, Zynga recently began planting LSO files on PCs as a means to track their users across domains and accounts. Of course, they don't disclose this in their privacy policy. I was alarmed to find multiple LSO files planted on my PC when I visited & logged into their forum and even more files when I played one of their HTML games that's not flash based. Without BetterPrivacy, I may not have known the true source of these files. In your quest to users more aware of LSO files, I hope you can add Zynga to your research and perhaps, bring attention to how they are tracking over 100+ million players on just Facebook. That doesn't include other social networks. Their biggest game on Facebook has 80+ million daily players, which is scary when you think of just how many PCs are being tracked over there many games across all social networks.

Anyways, awesome add-on! Thanks for opening my eyes to super cookies.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.47.4).