Cookie Wiper

An Easy Way to Keep Track of Cookies
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What are Cookies and what they are used for?

A cookie is a small record in a special file located on your computer. When you visit a website, it can place a number of cookies to track your activity, store the date and time of the visit, store your site preferences and login data, store your browsing habits, and any other identifying data. In principle, there is nothing dangerous as long as information stored in cookies is not used by an unauthorized person for a suspicious purposes; is not used as spying solution to track your activity on the web.

Increase Your Privacy by Keeping Track of Cookies

An easy way to keep track of cookies stored in your browser is to use the Cookie Wiper. Using Cookie Wiper, you can view all cookies recorded by your browser, select all or some cookies, delete or keep cookies for the specified websites. It has a user friendly GUI with a simple two column layout, the Cookies to Delete which lists the websites and a number of cookies to delete, and the Cookies to Keep column where you can add your favourite/often visited websites to keep your preferences and maintain logged in state.

Select the Cookies You Want to Delete
and Cookies You Want to Keep

Privacy Policy
Cookie Wiper is a part of Click&Clean extension. In order to manage your browser's cookies, please install Click&Clean extension. Click&Clean is 100% Free. No Spyware, No Malware, No Badware. That's why more than 300000 users use Click&Clean every day!
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Quick Tip

If you are using Chrome, a website can place on your computer up to 150-180 cookies, max 4KB each (including expiry date, name, and value), for a total of 720KB. The maximum allowed cookies for all web sites varies per browser/version. Chrome has 3300 limit.

Developers and Advanced Users

If you need a more robust tool for managing cookies, please check out our powerful Cookie Editor for more features.

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