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View and delete Flash cookies (super cookies) from your PC with Flash Cookie Cleaner

Every modern browser has facility to delete ordinary tracking cookies, but there is no option for deleting flash cookies also known as super cookies.

These hidden, never expiring flash cookies (also known as PIE (persistent identification element) and LSO’s (local shared objects) can reveal what websites you have visited and offer unlimited user tracking to industry and market research.

Of course one can manage flash cookies by going to Adobe's Settings Manager, but for a beginner it is quite difficult.

Here is a freeware flash cookie cleaning software that allows you to view and delete the flash cookies from your computer.

Flash Cookie Cleaner is a freeware, portable application and there are no complicated settings or configurations.

Just run the application, click on ‘Scan’ button. Then click on ‘View’ button to see who tracking you and click ‘Delete’ button to delete these cookies.

Flash Cookie Cleaner works on Windows 2000/ XP/Vista and Windows 7. Download (1.5Mb) the program from program's home page /or here.

Similar posts about Flash Cookies:

  1. Wipe out all flash cookies from your computer with Flush Flash cookies
  2. Firefox add-on to delete Flash cookies or super cookies.


  1. Really a useful information. I am hearing this type of cookies first time!

  2. Thanks for sharing this. I think there are not many tools for deleting flash cookies.This tool will help to that.


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