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Types of Cookies
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There are several types of cookies:
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Persistent These cookies remain on a computer even when Internet Explorer is closed, the user has disconnected from the Internet, or the computer has been turned off. Persistent cookies store information such as logon name, password, email address, color schemes, purchasing history, and other preferences, so that when you revisit a site, this information is available and can be applied. Temporary These cookies are stored on a computer only during a single browsing session and are deleted when Internet Explorer is closed. Websites use temporary cookies to determine the client browser, language, and screen
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Supporting Microsoft Internet Explorer
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resolution that the user is using. This allows a user to move back and forth among the Web pages at the site without losing previously entered information. If you dis able temporary cookies, a user will not be able to access a site that requires them.
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First-party These cookies are sent to a computer from the website being viewed. They might be persistent or temporary and are generally harmless. Third-party These cookies are sent to a computer from a website that is not currently being viewed. They generally come from advertisers on the website that is being viewed, and these cookies track Web page use for advertising and mar keting purposes. Third-party cookies might be persistent or temporary, and most are blocked by default by using the Medium privacy setting. Session A session cookie is a temporary cookie that is deleted from a computer when Internet Explorer is closed.
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Internet Explorer offers companies and end users several options for working with cookies, and the cookies stored on a computer can be deleted easily. Users have com plete control over which types of cookies are stored, and users can even be prompted before a cookie is placed on the computer.
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Deleting Cookies Because cookies can store user names, passwords, and other personally identifiable information, deleting cookies is necessary when a computer is transferred to another user at a company or sold. For security reasons, you might also be asked to delete cookies occasionally. To delete the cookies on any computer running Windows XP, follow these steps: 1. Open Internet Explorer, and from the Tools menu, select Internet Options. 2. On the General tab, select Delete Cookies. 3. In the Delete Cookies dialog box, click OK to verify that you want to delete the cookies in the Temporary Internet Files folder. Click OK to close the Internet Options dialog box.
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Note When you delete cookies from a computer, no user names, member names, passwords, ID numbers, or similar information is retained. When a user revisits a site that requires this information, he will have to reenter this information.
Configuring Privacy Settings
The privacy settings of Internet Explorer allow users and companies to personalize what types of cookies can be saved to the computer and under what circumstances. You can configure Internet Explorer to prompt a user every time a cookie is to be
Lesson 2
Maintaining Internet Explorer
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placed on the computer, to handle cookies differently for different websites, to allow some cookies and block others, or to block all cookies. These settings apply to websites in the Internet zone only; Local Intranet, Trusted Sites, and Restricted Sites zones all have their own configuration.
Changing Default Privacy Settings When asked by an end user or a manager or required by company policy to change the default privacy settings for cookie handling, follow these steps: 1. Open Internet Explorer, and from the Tools menu, select Internet Options. 2. Select the Privacy tab. If the Default button is unavailable, no advanced cookiehandling settings have been configured. If the Default button is available, advanced settings have already been configured. To view the default settings, click Default if it is available. Figure 5-9 shows the default settings.
Figure 5-9 Default privacy settings can be changed from the Privacy tab of the Internet Options dialog box.
3. Move the slider to select one of the following (from least secure to most secure):
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