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What are cookies?

Cookies are little pieces of data that can be stored on your web browser. Cookies are usually set by applications that are running on a web site you visit. The most common use of cookies are for visitor tracking, and limited customization. For tracking purposes, sites may place a cookie into your browser that is a simple time stamp, with that stamp they can monitor your trip through a site. For customization, a cookie can store data that can represent how you view a web site.

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Are cookies a security threat?

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How To Enable Cookies in Netscape Communicator

Navigator 3.0x (and 2.0x) doesn't have an option to disable the setting of cookies globally. It is a feature added to version 4.x.

How To Enable Cookies in Internet Explorer 5

How To Enable Cookies in Other Browsers...

We're told that to enable cookies on Juno Web choose Options, E-mail options, HTML E-mail preferences, Change security settings, Advanced, scroll to "security" and find "cookies", set desired option. Please tell us if this isn't right.

For WebTV's browser we're not even sure whether it accepts cookies, stores them on the server or allows them to be disabled.

Cookies are also supported in Opera and the latest version of Lynx.

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