I have a need to use Firefox with multiple independent sessions, due to some websites with problematic path-dependent navigation. Firefox's "Private Browsing" option seems to allow multiple windows ...
I have been using Wget to pull the warranty information from my website using the following command. wget -q -O getinfo.tmp ...
I've been using Chrome very successfully for a long time. It has always kept me logged in to all my sites even after exiting the app. Recently it started logging me out of everything when I exit ...
If I am logged into Gmail and I quit my browser, then reopen it, I expect to find that I am no longer logged in. This is the way it used to behave. Now unless I explicitly log out, it brings me right ...
I'll explain what I need. Somedays ago, Google changed the way Google Apps store the login cookies. Making identical as a normal Google (@gmail) account. Before this, I was able to be logged in with ...
Say I wanted to login to two gmail accounts. I could have one tab that has it's own session, and another tab that has another isolated session. I understand Gmail has this feature for managing ...
From what I gather (e.g. http://tutorialfeed.blogspot.com/2009/06/ie-8-perk-access-multiple-gmail.html ) one can get a new IE8 window clean from older cookies and independent of what's going on in ...
What's the difference between “temporary” and “session” when allowing cookies with the CookieSafe addon in Firefox?
Session is "until the browser is closed", right? But what does it mean then to allow cookies "temporarily"?