Sunday, September 02, 2012

This digital barnacle attached itself to my computer after i visited a blog via entrecard.

What is

It's nothing essential and certainly you don't need another spy taking snapshots of what you do and where you go online.

How To Get Rid Of

It's relatively easy to weed this guy out:


Do it NOW before it can track you or allow anything else access to your PC!
Chrome users click on the wrench icon - go to options - go to "under the hood" - go to content settings. Then go to "show cookies and other site data". Type first and then in the search box and delete the tracking cookie(s).

If you use Firefox, look in the options panel and go to privacy. There you can remove the cookie(s) ib and mookie,… if you need more info.

For Internet Explorer -… this is a video tutorial.

Here are some updated files added in early 2015: Popup Removal - How to Remove Mar 2014 ... Having trouble to get rid of popup from your Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer? Follow quick steps in this post to remove ...

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  1. Picked up cookie from this site despite the fact that my browser is configured to block third-party cookies. Therefore, I will add that this site also distributes tracking cookies, which is probably what I picked up. Blocked cookie in privacy settings and content in the content advisor settings of web browser


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