Cookie Killer Now In Delay Mode Rated 4 out of 5 stars

I've been using CK for a long time now, but since I've moved up to a 64bit 3.66mHz proc, 8GB, dual core processor running Win 7 Pro, when I click on the CK icon, it takes up to 12 seconds before the remove list presents itself.

A useful pain in the... for MAC users Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Well, I used it quite some time and its neat and useful and it does it things very well,
BUT when you use the trackpad of a MacBookPro and just single click on the icon in the status bar (or awesomebar or addonbar) it just deletes the first entry, from the upcoming context menu with the listed cookies (the entry, the mouse is pointed at, not the first entry in the list).

So it *randomly* deletes cookies, while the user wants to check the list or do something else.

This is a no go, and it sucks very much, because the deleting of the cookie is so fast, the user cannot see which one was deleted. (anyways, why no undo?!)

It would be much more convenient for the user, if he had an *option to set up* to verify the deletion (really want to kill the cookie, my dear user?) or not delete on a single click, but on a second click.

I guess, on windows, maybe *nix systems, this will work all as expected, but on a Mac, the usability just don't work.

Freezes up FF 45 on NYTimes, WaPo and several others Rated 2 out of 5 stars

CookieKIller always had a lag time but seemed to work well enough. Now WaPo, NYTimes and others are nearly impossible to use with CookieKiller. It basically freezes up on those sites when using FF45. Too bad.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

It doesn't work anymore, not in FF 40

Update: It still works :-)

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Update suggestion Rated 4 out of 5 stars


I don't use this addon to delete any other cookies than active ones when i'm on a page, so if i select:

only show top level domains in menu, i don't need to right click and click again..

add an option:

Only treat top-level domains (or: active website)

so when i click on it, the cookie's auto deleted,
no right click..

And i don't know if it's a downside or normal but when
i select only show top level domains in menu, it takes
as much time to popup as if it was going to display
all other websites in my cookie database..

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Great but doesn't work in private browsing mode (Firefox fault).

Just one thing missing Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Only 4 stars because I would love to see the extra option to kill all "session-only" cookies with one click. Just like restarting FF, but without having to restart FF. That would make this the killer cookie killer addon. :)

Excellent Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Simple and very effective addon,does what it says:quickly gets rid of unwanted/obnoxious cookies.

*Unfortunately*,it no longer works in Nightly and Aurora,yet another victim of the faster release cycle.
I hope this gets sorted before the breakage is also in the normal release channel,because it's a very useful addon.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Отличное дополнение. Работает как лучшие швейцарские часы))

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Does what it says. Thanks for your work.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Brilliant! kills all the cookies relating to domain!

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Rated 3 out of 5 stars

update for firefox 6 please

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Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Actually, does not appear to work on FF 4.0RC1.

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It works fine for me on FF 4.0RC1. As always, it is recommended that you contact the author if you are having difficulties. I have worked with everyone who has contacted me with a problem, and don't know of anyone who has had an unresolved problem that I am not actively pursuing. (I'm working with someone now.) I cannot help with or fix problems that I do not know exist. It is rare that I read these reviews, and reviews like this provide no useful information for troubleshooting.

excellent... but a question Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Excellent add !Use it since a few monthes...But I wonder if it would not be possible to implement another function :beeing able to kill different cookies (I mean from different sites) in the same time...The options killing all cookies... and all but... are very good, yes...But many times I'd like to kill only a few cookies,and it's a little hassle to click all time on the iconto delete not all but only the ones I want :-)For example, If I may say, in No Script add, this function is very pleasant to use :the windows remains open until I clik somewhere else.Well, hope you'll consider this suggestion,and even better that you'll be able to include it in a further version of your exellent add.

This is almost a 5 ***** add, but the little annoying thing I mentionned makes me say 4,5 **** :-)

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I LUV my CookieKiller! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

At last...a cookie add-on which has the features I've been looking for AND, also, provides cookie deletion "convenience". I happen to want cookies off my computer ASAP most of the time, and so I find myself spending much time throughout the day constantly opening the Firefox Cookie Manager and deleting them. It gets tiresome doing that, but if I'm going to be "paranoid", at least I'm glad Firefox offers me the opportunity do so! Sometimes I disable first party cookies (never 3rd party cookies) and a lot of websites do work without enabling first party cookies, but for the many that don't work, I again find myself reaching for the FF Cookie Manager a lot --- and I do mean "a lot". Anyway, I periodically have been searching through the Firefox add-ons, looking for something that would allow me a much faster and convenient way of deleting cookies. For the last 3 years, I've heard about many cookie extensions that are very popular, but after reading about them, I would discover they were not quite what I was looking for. On September 19, I viewed "all" the cookie extensions Firefox offers (very time consuming!) and found 3 add-ons that interested me, and so I downloaded them, which included "CookieKiller". After viewing how they actually worked, it was an easy decision for me to uninstall them...EXCEPT for "CookieKiller"!

I never wanted anything fancy, or bloated with things I didn't need, or basically duplicates of the Firefox Cookie Manager. CookieKiller is a time-saver and contains the options I've been looking for:
(1) View cookies on current website from an "easy accessible location"
(2) View cookies accumulated on other websites, also - for those times I wish not to delete all cookies instantly
(3) Block cookies
(4) Unblock cookies
(5) Kill current website cookies
(6) Kill all cookies except current website cookies
(7) Kill all cookies
(8) Enable permanent blocking of removed cookies
(9) Only show top-level domains in menu
.......I personally don't check this option because I prefer to see the related domains, also. AND I discovered a nice surprise when I first saw cookies listed from a website with the related domains listed. The subdomains are "indented", which allows me to quickly differentiate between websites instantly and, also, quickly "kill" off the subdomain(s) if I wish. Example:
In this case, I might wish to quickly delete the subdomain, "", but leave the main domain linger awhile longer. Again, I really like the "indent" feature.

This is simply terrific, and so to the developer of this simple but unique extension, who stated:
"I developed CookieKiller for my personal use and decided to release it in case anyone else might find it useful."
I am s-o-o-o-o happy you decided not to keep this for just your personal use. Thank you for sharing...and "hats off to you", Joseph Moran!

NOTE: I would like to submit a request for the developer's consideration.
Regarding "closing of the icon".
Since the icon stays open when I "don't" delete a cookie and I need to close the icon myself, would it be possible to have the icon continue to stay open when I "do" delete a cookie, allowing me to to delete a 2nd cookie while it is still open...instead of having to reopen the icon for deletion of a second cookie? (I hope that doesn't sound like I want to be spoon-fed, too!)

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Nire ustetan, nahiz eta elementu simple bat izan, Addons OSO ona ta interesgarria da.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.8). 

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Мне нравится,то что нужно!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.7). 

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Мне нравится,то что нужно!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.7). 

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Thank you! Nothing unnecessary! Simple and handy!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.6). 

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Unusable with thousands of cookies.
I am testing my web site and need to try it with new cookies, This CookieKiller can't do the job.
At first it lags to build an unuseful huge menu showing each of my cookies.
And then it takes forever to scroll all the way up to delete te cookie for the current web site.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.6).