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Cookie control in Zonealarm Pro

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Cookie control in Zonealarm Pro

Postdi savio » 27/11/04 09:18

Ho acquistato la versione pro di Zonealarm che da la possibilità di bloccare in modo personalizzato i Traking cookie
solo che vorrei capire bene come si personalizza! :-)

nel Cookie control cisono tre voci:

1) Session
2) Persistent
3) 3rd Party

i primi due vengono permessi in automatico mentre il terzo viene negato
ed è proprio questo 3rd Party che vorrei capire cos'è! :lol:
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Postdi dado » 27/11/04 14:09

Riporto direttamente dal manuale a ZA Pro disponibile sul sito della Zone Labs. Spero che tu non abbia problemi con l'inglese.

Internet cookies make it possible for e-commerce sites (like Amazon, for example) to recognize you as soon as you arrive and customize the pages you visit. However, cookies can also be used to record information about your Web browsing habits and give that information to marketers and advertisers. Default medium cookie control setting balances security with convenience by blocking only third-party cookies—those cookies that are used to track your viewing habits. Session cookies and persistent cookies are allowed. If you wish, you can instantly block all cookies by choosing the high cookie-control setting, giving you full protection against all types of cookie abuse—-but at the expense of the convenience that cookies make possible.
You can customize cookie control by specifying which types of cookies are blocked and if cookies are allowed, when those cookies should expire.
The Privacy group of features that includes cookie control is available in Zone Alarm Pro and ZoneAlarm Security Suite.

Blocking session cookies
Session cookies are stored in your browser's memory cache while you browsing a Web Site and disappear when you close your browser window. Session cookies are the safest type of cookie because of their short life span.
To block session cookies:
1. Select Privacy|Main.
2. In the Cookies area, click Custom.
3. In the Session cookies area, select the Block session cookies check box.
4. Click OK.

Blocking persistent cookies
Persistent cookies are placed on your hard disk by Web sites you visit so that they can be retrieved by the Web site the next time you visit. While useful, they create a vulnerability by storing information about you, your computer, or your Internet use in a text file.
To block persistent cookies:
1. Select Privacy|Main.
2. In the Cookies area, click Custom.
3. In the Persistent cookies area, select the Block persistent cookies check box.
4. Click OK.

Blocking third-party cookies
A third-party cookie is a type of persistent cookie that is placed on your computer, not by the Web site you are visiting, but by an advertiser or other third party. These cookies are commonly used to deliver information about your Internet activity to that third party.
To block third-party cookies:
1. Select Privacy|Main.
2. In the Cookies area, click Custom.
3. In the 3rd Party Cookies area, specify the cookie type(s) you want to block.

:arrow:Block 3rd party cookies -> Blocks cookies from third-party Web sites.
:arrow:Disable web bugs -> Prevents advertisers from finding out which advertisements and Web pages you have viewed. Blocked web bugs appear as blank boxes.
:arrow:Remove private header information -> Prevents your IP address, your workstation name, login name, or other personal information from being transferred to third-party sources.

Setting an expiration date for cookies
The sites that use persistent cookies may set those cookies to remain active for a few days, several months, or indefinitely. While a cookie is active, the site (or third party) that created it can use the cookie to retrieve information. After the cookie expires, it can no longer be accessed. If you choose to allow persistent cookies, you can override their expiration dates and specify how long they will remain active before expiring.

To set an expiration date for cookies:
1. Select Privacy|Main.
2. In the Cookies area, click Custom.
3. In the Cookie Expiration area, select the Expire cookies check box.
4. Specify when cookies expire.
:arrow:Immediately after receipt Allows persistent cookies to operate only during the session in which they were received.
:arrow:After n days Allows persistent cookies to remain active for the
number of days you specify. You can choose any number from 1 to 999. The default setting is 1.
5. Click Apply, then click OK.

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Postdi savio » 27/11/04 15:01

OK grazie!
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