I've recently discovered the add-on I used to use in Firefox to only accept cookies from certain sites ("Cookie Monster") is no longer available.
I've seen there are still many other addons in order to delete cookies, disable cookies, etc. But I've found none which allow me to what I was doing until now: Accept cookies from a "white list" of sites and reject cookies from any other.
This was one of my most beloved Firefox features, anyone knows any way to achieve this behaviour with any other addon/settings configuration?
I accepted the answer prior to update (as I've done today) to Firefox 57.
I've discovered (I hope I'm wrong) that Firefox is forcing me to activate "private browsing mode" in order to be able to block cookies by default.
Someone could think "Well, if you browse privately, what's the problem?".
The problem is that I don't want Firefox to forget what windows I had open; I want hem to be restored in the next session.
I don't want Firefox to force me to go to Edit -> Settings -> Privacy & Security, scroll to Exceptions, etc. Just to block or unblock a certain site, maybe for just some minutes. And also, I don't want to be asked to write down the URL; I want at least a button like "Block this site cookies" (Is it so difficult?)
I'm deeply disappointed with Mozilla.
I've been always a proud user of Mozilla products, but this issue force me to stop using Firefox since I don't want to decide between browsing in complete private mode or let every site use its cookies by default.
I won't ask again for an addon like "Cookie Monster" since I think it's a limitation related to the API, but if anyone has any other solution, please let me know it; still don't know what browser to use instead of Firefox.