Problem with ccleaner

Discussion in 'Application Software' started by ThomasMann, Aug 16, 2017.

  1. ThomasMann

    ThomasMann MDL Addicted

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    There is suddenly a new problem with ccleaner.

    ccleaner used to delete ALL cookies when it cleans Firefox
    Now it suddenly decides not to delete a cookie, that I ceratinly never authorized to remain

    s.uicdn.com which comes from united internet, and which I certainly do not want.


    Anybody knows, why this is going on, and how to stop it?
    (F.e. is there an older version of ccleaner that can be used)

    Thank you
     
  2. kaljukass

    kaljukass MDL Addicted

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    How can you get such a cookies if there is not such a site for a long time already?
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    This server is in use but dont contain any websites.
    IP address 92.122.200.150
    IP hostname a92-122-200-150.deploy.akamaitechnologies.com
    Domain name s.uicdn.com
     
  3. TairikuOkami

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    If it is Akamai related, it might be Windows/IE cookie and when it is in use, it can not be removed. Where it is located? You can try this to see, if it gives any error message for it.

    Code:
    del "%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache" /s /f /q
    rd "%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\WebCache" /s /q
     
  4. ThomasMann

    ThomasMann MDL Addicted

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    Doi you simply have no idea what you are talking about, or are they paying you?

    This cookie is from United Internet. They are one of the leading german ISPs, who also happen to own own GMX and WEB mail


    Also, the thread is called "Problem with ccleaner"

    Why does ccleaner not remove this one single cookie?
     
  5. John Sutherland

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    Definitely the former. Definitely. :roflmao:
     
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  6. kaljukass

    kaljukass MDL Addicted

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    • Did you come here to start insult others or are you just a sick person?
    • The problem is between your two ears, but not CCleaner isn't the reason.
    • And there is no help if insulting others.
     
  7. ancestor(v)

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    I get your point, but by asking if people are sick and stating the problem is their brain you don't do much more than insulting. Everyone, back to friendly non-insulting discussion please.
     
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  8. Michaela Joy

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  9. ThomasMann

    ThomasMann MDL Addicted

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    Although I do agree, there would be a very simple solution to this...

    I asked a very clear, easy to understand question, but this fellow in his first answer LIED. It is clearly a cookie of a huge german internet corporation, and in his second answer he was simply repeating the ususal phrases that such people tend to dish out, when called out to answer.

    Again, the question was:

    WHY DOES CCLEANER NOT DELETE THIS COOKIE ?

    What is complicated about this question, and why do people who have NO answer to a question, still find it necessary to reply?
     
  10. Michaela Joy

    Michaela Joy MDL Crazy Lady

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    @ThomasMann: It does sound like some sort of cooperation between United Internet and ccleaner (have you updated ccleaner? Can you get an older version of the program? )

    As far as Firefox goes, I'm two updates back. I don't trust those sneaky buggers at all.

    "If it ain't broke...don't fix it." ;)
     
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  11. ThomasMann

    ThomasMann MDL Addicted

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    #12 ThomasMann, Aug 19, 2017
    Last edited: Aug 19, 2017
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    I am checking out slimjet at the moment, so far, better than all the other alternatives to Firefox that were offered.
    I will also try out waterfox, but no 55 for Win yet available..

    And I am using an older version of ccleaner...
     
  12. Tiger-1

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    Hi myself now using Slimjet and works like a charm but still not my default browser ;):)
     
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