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Security Settings: FireFox, Mozilla, Netscape

What we are going to do is tell your Mozilla-based browser (FireFox, Mozilla, and Netscape all use the same engine) to trust a certain web site. Before we get started, please have handy the "address" of the web site you want Internet Explorer to trust. That "address" is commonly called a "URL".

(1) In your web browser click the TOOLS menu.

(2) Click OPTIONS --> PRIVACY tab.

(3) Change to the COOKIES subtab. This is where you manage cookies. Rarely are cookies harmful.

(4) Make sure the checkbox marked "Allow sites to set Cookies" is checked. For tighter security that will not cause problems with most sites, you can also check the box marked "for the originating site only".

(5) The box marked "Keep Cookies:" should be set to "until they expire".

(6) While you are here, if you are having a problem with some web sites remembering you that you don't want to remember you (your login for example), you can click VIEW COOKIES or even CLEAR COOKIES NOW.

(7) Click OK.

If these changes do not help, here are some other suggestions:

- Have you recently installed a new Virus Checking software? Look into the settings for that software that may limit your web page browsing.

- Have you recently installed new Firewall software? Look into the settings for that software that may limit your web page browsing.

- Have you recently installed any new Anti-Spyware software? Look into the settings for that software that may limit your web page browsing.

- If you want to sign in as a different user, you can go to the site you want to sign out of and after the URL at the top put "/forget_me.asp" and hit ENTER. The site will sign you out and forget who you are so you can sign in with a different user name.

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