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> Cookie.2o7 & Cookie.doubleclick, Recurrent Virus identification with Bitdefender TS 2013!
post Mar 22 2013, 09:48 PM
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I've been scanning my whole system everyday with the antivirus and everytime Bitdefender is finding some issues to be solved... Today I took a closer look to the issues and surprisingly I'm having problems with the same cookies: 2o7 and Doubleclick. Bitdefender states that these cookies were already disenfected... but they insist to cause issues when antivirus scans my system.

My questions:
1) Shouldn't Bitdefender avoid these cookies before they get into my system?
2) What should I proceed once these cookies are already in my system? may I permanently delet them?

Thanks in advance!
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post Mar 23 2013, 04:52 PM
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Please read this article about cookies:


Those cookies that you mentioned are created by Google when an ad is displayed in the page.

Thank you!
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post Sep 1 2014, 08:02 AM
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This and other tracking cookies are found not in browsers but in Windows (see attached jpeg). Why does Windows feel the need to install tracking cookies which reappear after a system shutdown or restart?
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