CCleaner does not clear tracking cookies

  john bunyan 13:27 19 Dec 2009
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Now using W7. I run CCleaner in default mode every day . After that (usually only visited PCA site) I run Superantispyware. Since W7 it find 6 or 7 Adaware tracking cookies in C/users/myname/AppData/Roamimg/Windows/cookies/Low/myname@admt etc where myname is actually my user name. the last bit is myname@ - then various .txt files. Is there a way to tell CCleaner to delete them ?

  johndrew 13:36 19 Dec 2009

Ccleaner should remove all cookies that your browser collects. Have a look at the online Docs and see if you have either de-selected a tick box or added some cookies to your `Keep` list. click here

  birdface 13:43 19 Dec 2009

admt etc.belongs to windows messenger I think.

It should be atdmt.com is yours different or maybe the spelling is wrong.

  beynac 13:44 19 Dec 2009

You say "usually only visited PCA site". It's possible/probable that you are getting the cookies from this site.

  john bunyan 14:07 19 Dec 2009

I wonder if these are from applicatons such as iTunes or Raditracker. Next time I run SAS I will note the names in more detail. Still puzzled why Avira, did not find them.

  john bunyan 14:09 19 Dec 2009

Also how do they get there, and not the usual cookies place?

  eedcam 19:15 19 Dec 2009

I had this its something you have to choose in Ccleaner cant remeber but askon their own forum
click here

  mfletch 19:18 19 Dec 2009

In settings its set as default only to delete cookies over 24 hours old

  rdave13 19:25 19 Dec 2009

I don't think Ccleaner is working well with Win 7. Always get about 31,300 KB of 3,012 files cleaned, of those 55 files are cookies. That's after visiting this site only.
Try cleaning then rebooting. Log on to here, browse a bit then run Ccleaner again.
Could be my set-up of course.

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