New A Squared question

  rawprawn 13:49 13 Dec 2007

I have just downloaded and run the new A Squared V3.1. It found 125 "Low risk cookies" All but 3 of these related to sites such as PC Advisor or Banking etc where it saves time to have the login or entry number remembered by a cookie. I don't want to delete these, but neither do I want to go through them all individually each time to find the odd rogue.
I can see no other way. Please tell me I am wrong.

  Sea Urchin 14:45 13 Dec 2007

On the Scan PC page click on Manage White List, and then add in the trusted websites, which it will then ignore next time.

  rawprawn 15:20 13 Dec 2007

Good afternoon, and thank you for that.I had completely missed it.

  sunny staines 19:04 13 Dec 2007

just had a full scan with latest update, had zero result, no tracking cookies.

  Sea Urchin 19:34 13 Dec 2007

I ran A-Squared for quite some time before noticing the White List - but as I'm sure you agree us fellow "tinkerers" can't resist eventually clicking on all available links to see what happens.

  rawprawn 20:07 13 Dec 2007

Agreed, and thank you again.

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