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    Dec 02, 2007
    MacScan and Tracking Cookies
    ive been trying out the demo of macscan, i have clamxav and virex. when i scan with macscan it always shows i have bunch of tracking cookies. is that bad.

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    Oct 22, 2007
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    tracking cookies typically just track your path through a specific site, so that admins can see which pages are being navigated, I would get worries only if you do not trust the site

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    *Moved thread to proper forum - Question about third-party OS X applications, not OS X itself*

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