Cookies in Safari1,752 results found

Safari for Mac: Manage cookies and website data using Safari

Manage cookies and website data using Safari Websites often store cookies and other data on your Mac. This data may include information that you have provided, such as your name, email address, and preferences. This data helps websites identify you when you return so the site can provide services for you and show information that might be of interest to you. By default, Safari accepts cookies and website data only from websites you visit. This helps prevent certain advertisers from storing

Clear the history and cookies from Safari on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

Here's how to clear information from your device: To clear your history and cookies, tap Settings > Safari > Clear History and Website Data. Clearing your history, cookies, and browsing data from Safari won't change your AutoFill information.  To remove other stored information, tap Settings > Safari > Advanced > Website Data > Remove All Website Data. To visit sites without leaving a history, turn private browsing on or off.  When there's no history or website data to clear, the setting turns

Q: I have to enable my cookies in safari. I have the new iPad Pro.

IiPad pro need to enable cookies so I can fill out application can not find the drop down it says to go to for safari

Q: Why can't I delete the Facebook and bizpedia cookies in safari iOS?

just updated to iOS 9. Observed that even when I have cookies denied to all sites in safari settings, Facebook & bizpedia cookies automatically return immediately after deleting. Why is that? I don't even have an account with either one, and I certainly don't want their cookies tracking me. New subscriber; apologies if this has already been answered.

Q: cannot enable cookies in safari 10.0.3

Despite me selecting 'always allow cookies and website data' in Preferences in Safari 10.0.3, cookies are NOT enabled. I'm trying to load a page and keep getting an error message saying that the page requires cookies and mine are not enabled. I"m also not able to turn on location services. The box is greyed out.

Q: Safari Cookies not deleting!

Is there a way to prevent safari from storing cookies from your favorite webpages. I go to remove website data/cookies and the same 14 keep coming back and they all are from favorites i have saved.   Found out thru reading that safari keeps cookies from your favorites so the page can load faster. Is there a way to get rid of them totally.   This is on my MacPro 2011. My MacBook 2015 doesent have this issues and is able to let me delete all the cookies. So wondering why i can do on one but not

Q: How to Clear Cache, Cookies or Browsing History on Mac Safari

I want to clear cache, cookies or browsing history on mac safari, what should i do?

Q: Safari 10.0.3 History, Cookies and Caches Keeps Returning After Deletion

Hello,   Specs: MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012) 2.3 GHz Intel Core i7 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 Intel HD Graphics 4000 1536 MB MacOS Sierra macOS 10.12.3 (16D32) Safari 10.0.3 (12602.4.8)   When deleting all Safari data manually, accessing by the folder "Library", keep coming back when the computer is connected to internet. Yes, I have iCloud Safari turned on and an iPhone 5 with iOS 7 is linked together with the Mac. Before updating to Sierra, I have never experienced this and I always deleted

Safari 8 (Yosemite): Manage cookies and website data

Manage cookies and website data Manage cookies and website data using Safari Websites often store cookies and other data on your Mac. This data may include information that you have provided, such as your name, email address, and preferences. This data helps websites identify you when you return so the site can provide services for you and show information that might be of interest to you. By default, Safari accepts cookies and website data only from websites you visit. This helps prevent

Q: Sierra was installed 4 weeks ago..cookies from a single site will sometimes number 24 all different..are these cookies resident in Sierra and only activated when you visit a particular site?  the previous os "mountain lion" did not load dozens cookie

Sierra was installed 4 weeks ago..the previous os "mountain lion" did not load dozens of cookies after visiting only one site (no site in particular) It seems to me that this new o.s. "Sierra" either stores cookies from these places and only activates them when you visit a particular site.....OR the o.s. "Sierra " is designed to purposely allow all these cookies to enter the computer. Either way...this is a very annoying thing....Shame on Apple for doing this... Is there a SIMPLE cure for it?

Safari 6/7 (Mavericks): Manage cookies and other website data

Websites often store cookies and other data on your device. This data may include information that you provided, such as your name, email address, and preferences. This data helps websites identify you when you return to the sites so they can provide services for you and show information that might be of interest to you. By default, Safari accepts cookies and website data only from websites you visit. This helps prevent certain advertisers from storing data on your device. You can change

Safari 8 (Yosemite): Privacy pane of Safari preferences

Privacy pane of Safari preferences Remove and block data that websites can use to track you in Safari. To set these options, open Safari, choose Safari > Preferences, then click Privacy. Cookies and website data Choose how much you want to restrict websites, third parties, and advertisers from storing cookies and other website data on your Mac. Your options are, from most to least restrictive: Always block: Safari doesn’t let any websites, third parties, or advertisers store cookies and other

About the security content of Safari 8.0.8, Safari 7.1.8, and Safari 6.2.8

Safari Application Available for: OS X Mountain Lion v10.8.5, OS X Mavericks v10.9.5, and OS X Yosemite v10.10.4 Impact: Visiting a malicious website may lead to user interface spoofing Description: A malicious website could open another site and prompt for user input without a way for the user to tell where the prompt came from. The issue was addressed by displaying the prompt origin to the user. CVE-ID CVE-2015-3729 : Code Audit Labs of VulnHunt.com WebKit Available for: OS X Mountain Lion

Safari for Mac: Privacy preferences in Safari

Remove and block data that websites can use to track you in Safari. To set these options, open Safari, choose Safari > Preferences, then click Privacy. Cookies and website data Choose how much you want to restrict websites, third parties, and advertisers from storing cookies and other website data on your Mac. Your options are, from most to least restrictive: Always block: Safari doesn’t let any websites, third parties, or advertisers store cookies

Safari for Mac: Use Private Browsing windows in Safari

to your iOS devices or other Mac computers. Safari doesn’t remember changes to your cookies or other website data. Safari also asks websites and others who provide those sites with content (including advertisers) not to keep track of your browsing, although it is up to the websites to honor this request. Plug-ins that support Private Browsing stop storing cookies and other tracking information. Websites can’t modify information stored on your device, so services normally available at such sites may work

Q: How can I enable 3rd patty cookies on my iphonr

How can I enable cookies from my iPhone 5e

Q: Cannot remove cookies since Sierra update?

I have been unable to remove cookies since updating to Sierra, even after the latest 10.12.2 update.   My method beforehand was to Allow Cookies only from websites I visit, then I would manually erase my history and then cookies (command ,) in the Privacy -->Manage Website Data.  This no longer works, and the cookies listed in the Manager will not erase after I try removing them manually.  I have also erased my cache, and I still cannot remove the offending cookies.  I do not want cookies

Q: i am not able to save the cookies setting

I am not able to save the cookies setting in safari even if I made changes in settings

Q: the same Cookies and Cache keep reappearing, despite removal

the same Cookies and Cache keep reappearing, despite removal. They are there even when I first open my Safari browser, and "haven't visited any sites." As far as I can see they are not anything harmful. They're are 25 of them that always appear, my gym, Netflix, Yahoo, the yellow pages, Facebook, my bus company, and Zynga to name a few. How do I permanently remove them, and does anyone have any idea, why they keep popping up.

Q: Anyone having problems deleting cookies?

The "manage website data" tab in the privacy section of preferences won't show any cookies when I initially open it, but if I cancel the window and then re-open it, it then shows all of them. The problem is that no matter how I select any of them, induvidually or in multiples, it just deletes all of them. Is anyone else having this issue?

Q: how do I clear caches and cookies?

How do I clear caches and cookies?

Q: cache files and cookies

How important is to remove cache files and cookies and how to do so?

Q: Trouble with cookies

I regularly clean out my cookies. But I can delete a hundred with the Safari preferences, and as soon as I log back into the internet, I have a hundred more instantly. What going on ?   I set preferences at  'allow from current website only'.   I have cleared out my library as well.

About the security content of Safari 8.0.7, Safari 7.1.7, and Safari 6.2.7

Day Initiative WebKit Page Loading Available for: OS X Mountain Lion v10.8.5, OS X Mavericks v10.9.5, and OS X Yosemite v10.10.3 Impact: Visiting a maliciously crafted website may lead to account account takeover Description: An issue existed where Safari would preserve the Origin request header for cross-origin redirects, allowing malicious websites to circumvent CSRF protections. This issue was addressed through improved handling of redirects. CVE-ID CVE-2015-3658 : Brad Hill of Facebook WebKit

Safari 8 (Yosemite): Use Private Browsing windows

) If you use Handoff, Private Browsing windows are not passed to your iOS devices or other Mac computers. Safari doesn’t remember changes to your cookies or other website data. Safari also asks websites and others who provide those sites with content (including advertisers) not to keep track of your browsing, although it is up to the websites to honor this request. Plug-ins that support Private Browsing stop storing cookies and other tracking information. Websites can’t modify

Safari for Mac: Safari overview

and cookies at any time by choosing History > Clear History, or change your cookie preferences in the Privacy pane of Safari preferences. If you don’t want Safari to save your browsing history, use a Private Browsing window—just choose File > New Private Window. When you use a Private Browsing window, Safari also asks websites not to track you. Learn more. SEE ALSO Safari troubleshooting Safari support website

Safari: "Could not open the page, too many redirects"

This issue can be caused by the website you're trying to view. Safari might be able to open the website at a later time, when the website's redirect problem has been corrected. This issue can also happen if redirect information has been cached after it's no longer needed. In some cases, removing related cookies and cache in Safari can resolve repeated redirects: Safari, choose Safari > Preferences. Click the Privacy icon to view Privacy settings. Click the Details button that appears under

About the security content of iOS 4.3

to the previous page when Safari is re-opened after another application was launched via its URL handler. CVE-ID CVE-2011-0158 : Nitesh Dhanjani of Ernst & Young LLP Safari Available for: iOS 4.0 through 4.2.1 for iPhone 3GS and later, iOS 4.0 through 4.2.1 for iPod touch (3rd generation) and later, iOS 4.2 through 4.2.1 for iPad Impact: Clearing cookies in Safari Settings may have no effect Description

About the security content of Safari 8.0.4, Safari 7.1.4, and Safari 6.2.4

: Apple CVE-2015-1075 : Google Chrome Security team CVE-2015-1076 CVE-2015-1077 : Apple CVE-2015-1078 : Apple CVE-2015-1079 : Apple CVE-2015-1080 : Apple CVE-2015-1081 : Apple CVE-2015-1082 : Apple CVE-2015-1083 : Apple WebKit Available for: OS X Mountain Lion v10.8.5, OS X Mavericks v10.9.5, and OS X Yosemite v10.10.2 Impact: Inconsistent user interface may prevent users from discerning a phishing attack Description: A user interface inconsistency existed in Safari that allowed an attacker

About the security content of Safari 8.0.6, Safari 7.1.6, and Safari 6.2.6

Mavericks v10.9.5, and OS X Yosemite v10.10.3 Impact: Visiting a maliciously crafted website may compromise user information on the filesystem Description: A state management issue existed in Safari that allowed unprivileged origins to access contents on the filesystem. This issue was addressed through improved state management. CVE-ID CVE-2015-1155 : Joe Vennix of Rapid7 Inc. working with HP's Zero Day Initiative WebKit Page Loading Available for: OS X Mountain Lion v10.8.5, OS X Mavericks v10.9.5

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