How do you get rid of casalemedia tracking cookies? These keep reappearing on my work computer.?

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Casale Media is a tracking cookie that monitors your Internet activity and gathers your personal information as you surf the web. This information may be retrieved by the parent company, without your consent.

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  • cffdrnkr answered 7 years ago
    Cookies will always be left on your computer when you visit a site.

    You can use Firefox and add a plugin called AdBlock Plus and also ban cookies from your computer.

    You can download CCleaner and tell it what cookies to delete each time. Leftside, options, cookies.

    You can download SpyBlaster and it should keep the cookies from being placed on your computer.

    These programs are available at www.filehippo.com for FREE

    You should have Adaware and Spybot already on your computer. These programs keep the spyware off too.

    Stop by www.pandasoftware.com and do a FREE scan and see what's on your system.

    IF you still have problems after running all these, stop by www.geekstogo.com and have an expert check it out.
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  • jibbarjabar answered 7 years ago
    Relax!

    Cookies are just small .txt (text) files that by themselves cannot hurt your computer. Cookies are "set" by almost every web-site that you visit, on every visit. You can delete all your cookies today and by tommorrow you will have dozens again.

    They are not a virus or spyware, but some people consider "tracking" cookies to be an invasion of privacy.

    Tracking cookies are mostly "3rd party cookies" from advertising servers. They can track your movements around the web in order to deliver to you customised, targeted advertising.

    It all depends on one's level of paranoria.

    If you are using Internet Explorer for a browser, you can permanantly block all 3rd party cookies. Go to tools > internet options > privacy > advanced > checkmark "override automatic cookie handling" > third party cookies > tick "block" > ok > ok.
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