I have a program installed K9 Web Protection in my PC. It detects any changes made in the hosts file and blocks the access to that website. I have made these changes in my hosts file
::ffff:184.108.40.206 google.com www.google.com 220.127.116.11 google.com www.google.com
Now what happens is, if I make changes in hosts file after once opening the website that is its cookie is stored then it does not display warning. but once I clear the cookies it detects the change and website does not open. Is there any way I can store a cookie file permanently and use it anytime? What I tried is I extended the lifetime of a cookie to 2050 and then copying the
cookie.sqlite file from the
c:users>acer>appdata>local>google>chrome>userdata>default to desktop and then clear the cookies of browser. Afterwards, I copied the desktop file to same directory but K9 again got hold of that.
- Can I make a cookie permanent and store it at a different location and use it whenever I want?
- Other links are opening but not Google, why?