JAP -- ANONYMITY & PRIVACY

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Control Cookies with Cookie Monster

Using Cookie Monster, you may very conveniently determine for which websites to accept cookies and for which to block them. If you click on the Cookie Monster-Icon Cookie Monster Icon with your left mouse button, you are given the following cookie options for the currently visited web site (red framed part of the menu):

Cookie Monster Menu
  1. Temporarily Allow Cookies   

    The cookie is only accepted for the current browser session and will be removed afterwards. After browser restart, the website is no longer allowed to read or set a cookie. This is the recommended setting if you need to activate cookies.

  2. Accept Cookies   

    The cookie is stored in the browser as long as the website has defined. It may be kept and accessed by the web site even after browser restart.

    For security reasons ALL cookies will be deleted if JonDoFox was closed. This option works in JonDoFox like option 4.

  3. Reject Cookies   

    Choosing this option a website is no longer allowed to read or set a cookie.

  4. Accept Session Cookies   

    The cookie is only accepted for the current browser session and will be removed afterwards. After browser restart the website may set a new cookie.

Hint: For security reasons ALL cookies will be deleted if JonDoFox was closed. The option 2. "Accept Cookies from...." works like option 4. and does not keep coolies over the time of a session. To change this behaviour and enable long time cookies for some servers, you may open the "settings dialog" and go to the section "privacy".

 

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Restrictions for the Dresden (JAP) anonymisation servers
After careful consideration we have decided to restrict the size of downloads over the Dresden (JAP) mixes a little. The reason is to allow a more fair use of scarce resources of our servers especially for users who simply want to surf the Web. more...

 

 
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