Allowed Flash Cookies

flashcookie32The Allowed Flash Cookies page contains a list of all flash cookies that WinPrivacy will not automatically delete. This is the default setting for WinPrivacy.

If you would like for WinPrivacy to automatically remove flash cookies, simply highlight the flash cookies you do not want and click the “Block” button, then go into WinPrivacy settings and active automatic blocking of Flash Cookies.


Remove All Data

If you want to completely remove all Flash Cookies from this tab and from disk, simply click Remove All Data, located in the page menu.

By clicking this button, you will delete ALL of the Flash Cookies listed on this tab.

Currently there is no “undo”.

Delete All Flash Cookies

The Delete All button is handy when you want to remove all Flash Cookies from disk without removing their entries or history from WinPrivacy.

Currently there is no “undo”.

View Contents…

Opens a dialog containing the contents of the selected Flash Cookie.

Sometimes the contents is in clear text, other times it is not readable.


Allows you to see the history of each time a Flash Cookie is Added, Updated or Deleted.


Block directs WinPrivacy to automatically delete the highlighted Flash Cookie(s) when detected. In addition this will result in the highlighted Flash Cookies being moved to the Blocked Flash Cookies tab.

Delete Flash Cookie

The Delete button is handy when you want to remove specific Flash Cookies from disk without removing their entries or history from WinPrivacy.

Currently there is no “undo”.

Remove Data

If you have a particular Flash Cookie you want removed from the list, simply highlight that Flash Cookie by clicking on it and then clicking the “Remove Data” menu item. This will remove the Flash Cookie from this tab and from your computer.

Neither the Remove All nor Remove Data menu items direct WinPrivacy to automatically remove the Flash Cookie if it were to be written to your computer again.
If you want to block certain Flash Cookies, it is best to highlight them and click the Block to move them to the Blocked Flash Cookies tab.
If you want to block all Flash Cookies, you should do that via the “Automatically remove flash cookies” option on the Settings tab.

What does "Anonymous License" mean anyway?

Anonymous License

Simple. We don't know who you are and we don't care. We simply want to provide you with a great product at a great price. Like walking into a store with cash in your pocket and walking out with what you want.

When you purchase any of our products, our cart processors need to request enough information to process the order and to meet tax regulations. In other words, we need to be able to summarize all orders by county for the State of Florida where we are located. No details. We only access this summarized data at tax time.

We DO NOT receive ANY personal information, including your email address, domicile address, or even country of purchase. Our cart processors simply ask us to give them a license to send to you in exchange for processing the order.

This means unlike companies like Facebook, Google, most security products and most other companies on the Internet, we don't track you in the name of "marketing".

  • We don't collect your information.
  • We don't sell your information.
  • We don't give your information away.

We respect your privacy.