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This updated version can remove all cookies, except such as you may need to log into a forum. First use Edit Wanted to create or amend a list of those wanted. Use ADD for temporary extra searches of those you might want to keep to avoid deleting. This tries to detect cookie changes when first run. You may still need to re-log into some forums after making deletions. There are now EU and UK laws governing the dumping of cookies on users PCs without the owner's permission.
What's new in this version: Version 2.7 removes all cookies, except such as you may need to log into a forum.
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