I found a very interesting and useful site called Analog X and am reviewing the program offered there called "Cookie Wall". There is much more at the site especially if you're working with digital audio as some of us are. There are many free direct X plugins there including: AnalogX DXMan which allows you to add or remove plugin registrations on a whim... Find out almost any piece of information related to a plugin, from it's Class ID, to it's input and output pins, AnalogX Vocal Remover, a DirectX audio arpeggiator, and many more but on to the cookies. I don't have a problem with cookies myself (ice cream is my big problem and even though the kind I eat is fat free and no extra sugar added it still seems to make a difference when I eat too much of it). But seriously. "Online privacy is a big deal these days, with huge companies being formed every month to both protect and exploit information gathered about you. By far the most common method used to track individuals on the Internet is the 'Cookie', a small file stored on your machine with information provided by a website... While the majority of the websites out there use this tool as it was intended, more and more are exploiting it in ways that were never intended - that's where AnalogX CookieWall comes in. AnalogX CookieWall allows you to quickly and easily decide which cookies can stay on your system, and which cookies should go - once you let CookieWall know which ones are unwelcome, it does the rest. CookieWall can be configured to delete cookies as soon as they arrive, to notify you of any new ones, or just que them up for you to check out at a later date. CookieWall is currently only compatible with Microsoft Internet Explorer or derived versions (such as NeoPlanet); Netscape support should be available in the near future."
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