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I frequently clear out my cookies, whenever I do this and then go to my credit card for Chase they require I get an email or text or phone call with a special code (quite a pain). Is there a way to set that the cookies for just Chase website DO NOT get erased when I delete all browsing/cookie history?

Currently using Internet Explorer 9 (9.0.8112.16421) but my primary is Chrome (21.0.1180.60)

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You can try CCleaner - it 'intelligently' scans your cookies and decides which to remove or keep? Sadly, you have to try to see for sure though!

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I havent tried CCleaner might be an option, I currently have chrome with History Eraser and have not yet checked to see if there is option for selecting particular cookies. - Otherwise I think this is possibly a good route to look into, even if it doesnt work it is certainly good way of thinking outside the box. – Kairan Sep 30 '12 at 3:40

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