I have to clear some cookies and then restart firefox. I can delete specific cookies in firefox but I have to restart for them to take effect.
It seems that when I delete the cookie using the Cookie Manager extension it does not remove it from the cache(if there is one). Restarting firefox solves the problem but is not efficient.
OK, guys, please cut it out with all the "deleting cookies" addons. I have installed an addon that does it and do not need 15 more that do the same(unless you happen to know one is specifically better).
Now that I think about it I bet it is sniffing the gmail cookies since it is changing with gmail login changes.
So, is there any way to lock down a website from looking at other cookies? (a sort of sandbox for that site alone?)
Obviously running another web brower or using some other method might work but I want to keep it as unobtrusive as possible.