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RE: IE cookies assigned to RAM disk survive reboot
From: "Moorhouse, Walt P" <WaltPMoorhouse () eaton com>
Date: Mon, 19 Nov 2001 11:08:33 -0500
Comments are under original...
BTW, good idea on the RAMDisk for cookies, but if you can't get it to work,
there are programs that will kill your cookies, cache and history files.
You'll find in the registry a key called Paths:
I think you may have missed a couple. I found five total on both an NT
machine and a Win98. The two you did not list were:
I deleted all cookies from C:\Windows\Cookies and
Files\Cookies. I then booted into DOS and ran: del
After you have changed all the values to point to your new location, try to
delete the directory from explorer. If you get a "Deleting this folder may
affect some registered programs." message, there may be another reg key
pointing to it. Do a search for cookies in regedit.
One other question:
And my swap file setup:
Why are you using a RAMDrive for your pagefile? Is this a security measure?
I saw the Thread on NT4 pagefile compromises, but is the Win98 pagefile that
sought-after? It just seems to me that there are easier ways to compromise
a 98 machine.