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What is a browser cookie?
A browser cookie is a small data file placed on your computer by a website. The website can then access the browser cookie and its data. A browser cookie cannot carry any viruses, be programmed, install malware or do any other sort of harm to your computer.
How to control the browser cookies?
Most modern browsers allow you to control how the browser should interact with the browser cookies. You can typically find the settings under the browser’s settings tab - To read more about how to delete or control the browser cookies on your computer via your specific browser visit: http://www.aboutcookies.org/default.aspx?page=2
What does a browser cookie look like?
The data of a typically browser cookie looks like:
HMP1 1 hotmail.msn.com/ 0 1715191808
32107852 1236821008 29449527 *
In this case the owner of the browser cookie is Hotmail and the data will also only make sense to Hotmail’s servers.
Different types of browser cookie
• Transit browser cookie
It is a browser cookie type that only exists for the duration of the browser’s session, the moment the browser is closed the transit browser cookie is removed from the browser’s memory. The transit browser cookie can for example be used within a website to allow the user to browse from page to page without having to repeatedly login on every page.
• Persistent browser cookie
The persistent browser cookie is a browser cookie that exists after the browser has been closed, the persistent browser cookie usually has an expiration date where the browser cookie automatically will be deleted from your computer’s hard drive. The persistent browser cookie can for example be used to save your user preferences for a website, so in the future when you visit the same website, the website will not ask for your user preferences again.
• Flash browser cookie
If you have Adobe Flash installed on your computer, data files can be stored on your computer’s hard drive by websites that contains Flash media. These data files are known as Local Shared Objects or Flash cookies. The Flash cookie is very similar to the browser cookie except that when removing the browser cookie via your browser Flash cookies are not removed. To control Flash cookies you can visit Adobe Flash Player Settings panel at: http://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager07.html