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Other products I'm not sure Help for other Norton Products: Norton Core Norton Internet Security & AntiVirus for Mac Norton Security Suite for Comcast Norton WiFi Privacy Norton Small Business Norton Go to Settings, then in the second column to Taskmanager (or the like, i use Dutch version) and uncheck IE items there. Ensure that Delete new cookies when exiting Opera is unchecked, and then click OK. Then if you completely close all instances of IE and launch IE again, does it work? http://directcomputerrepair.com/norton-internet/norton-internet-security-vs-ez-armour-security-suite.html

It is very annoying and there are lots of threads on this issue with no fix apart from turning off cookie removal. Your options are: Remove Automatically removes tracking cookies. Both are freeware. HTH Dave "Top Safe Web Reviewer with over 21,000 Reviews." Sandro_cm Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Dec-2009 Posts: 2,191 Solutions: 52 Kudos: 357 Kudos0 Re: Cookies being deleted Posted: 23-Jan-2015 | 8:42AM

Is the tracking cookies scan different from a quick scan, or is that when it happens? Urgent Customer Issues If you are experiencing an issue that needs urgent assistance please visit our customer support area: Chat with Norton Support @NortonSupport on Twitter Who's online There are currently I will run this test when I get to work, and let you know.In the meantime, thank you for trying to resolve this.  I appreciate it greatly!  (You, too, Jive!) mbnh It only happens during a Full System Scan.

Click Accept cookies only from the site I visit. Urgent Customer Issues If you are experiencing an issue that needs urgent assistance please visit our customer support area: Chat with Norton Support @NortonSupport on Twitter Who's online There are currently Replies are locked for this thread. It seems ignoring tracking cookies is the way to go unless NIS changes how it handles them.

Hugh pdx_photoman Visitor2 Reg: 24-Oct-2011 Posts: 6 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: How do I prevent a cookie from being erased? So, the answer is YES and NO. So again the questions are. Disable cookies from Norton scan (NIS) by clicking the Norton icon, click settings, click computer, click computer scans, switch tracking cookies scan to ignore, click apply, click ok.

Allen 1)  I don't Auto Complete, or Password Manager to be enabled.  They were not enabled before I installed NIS, and sites were allowed to set cookies on my computer.  I How do I install Norton Security? Windows 7x64 Home Premium OEM Ver / MoBo: ASUS P7P55D-E / CPU: Intel i5-650 / RAM: 16 Gb Corsair DDR3 BajaBoojum Regular Contributor5 Reg: 29-May-2008 Posts: 170 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 17 It seems ignoring tracking cookies is the way to go unless NIS changes how it handles them.

F 4 E Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 23-May-2009 Posts: 8,422 Solutions: 287 Kudos: 1,724 Kudos0 Re: Confused About Tracking Cookies Posted: 01-Mar-2014 | 5:09PM • Permalink Everyone's needs are different. https://community.norton.com/en/forums/cookies-being-deleted C cleaner has two useful buttons, cleaner and registry the cleaner button doesn’t need a registry backup but the registry button does, use mzbackup before running the registry button.  Cleaning the Have upgraded to NIS 2014 and issue persists. Look for "Tracking Cookies Scan" option on the right side. 4.

Is the tracking cookies scan different from a quick scan, or is that when it happens? have a peek at these guys Close the Settings page. Thanks, Marc SendOfJive Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 07-Feb-2009 Posts: 12,388 Solutions: 725 Kudos: 5,906 Kudos0 Re: No more tracking cookies? Norton seems to erase it.

It appears to me that cookies containing login information, etc., are being swept up in that catch all called "Orphan Cookie Removal"!   Whether it is a Microsoft or Norton problem might Click Done. Allen Windows 7 Ultimate SP 1, 64 bit, 32 GB * NIS Vers. 21.6.0.32* Ghost 15 * IE 9, Firefox, Safari. check over here IE10 and IE11 probably save cookies that contain login information, etc.

As SendOfJive and I have mentioned NIS only messes with cookies during scans so if NIS is causing this then you should be able to invoke a manual scan and reproduce Regards.  intesec Regular Contributor5 Reg: 11-Feb-2013 Posts: 1,376 Solutions: 62 Kudos: 100 Kudos0 Re: How do I prevent a cookie from being erased? BajaBoojum , As Buck115 mentioned, the Tracking Cookie removal action does remove 'net settings, usernames at sites, etc , depending on the IE version.  I'm running Norton 360 2013 (ver 20.4.0.40) 

Any official solutions from Norton? (Do we know if Norton is aware of the problem?

Related Solutions About your Norton account What are the devices supported by Norton? Best wishes. I haven't looked at workarounds regarding Cookie removals yet.  Windows 7x64 Home Premium OEM Ver / MoBo: ASUS P7P55D-E / CPU: Intel i5-650 / RAM: 16 Gb Corsair DDR3 BajaBoojum Regular Posted: 22-Mar-2012 | 9:25PM • Permalink Hi Marc, Welcome to Norton Community.

Posted: 25-Jul-2013 | 11:08AM • Permalink My credit union uses a cookie to allow me to pay my bills without having to answer a security question. I am embarrassed. 1. dinzer Visitor2 Reg: 14-Dec-2010 Posts: 2 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Allowing Cookies and Web Sites Posted: 14-Dec-2010 | 1:41PM • Permalink When I had previously researched accuradio.com, it indicated this content Under Privacy section, click Content settings.

Even the cookie remembering my user id on this forum. In my case, the NIS Tracking Cookies Scan has never caused a problem with my IE9 or Firefox browsers, but just to be safe I have this option set to "Ask Could you please confirm that your IE10 browser is not configured to automatically delete cookies on exit (Tools | Deleted Browsing History)? Correct.

Shane. The above link does not take you to a page with CCleaner on it. Could you confirm which version of Internet Explorer you are running. Even though I don't think this is the problem, check that NIS Settings > Computer Settings > Computer Scan > Tracking Cookies Scan is set to Ignore.

Content available under a Creative Commons license. Close the window. In the dialog box that appears, click Privacy. Personally, I have Norton set to remove tracking cookies.