Cookie Dog X
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Selectively delete cookies.   Shareware ($10.00)
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Cookie Dog is a tool that automatically deletes cookies set by Internet Explorer. The great thing about this program is that it allows you to view and selectively delete specific cookie files instead of deleting all of them.
What's New
Version 2.0.3: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.1 or later






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Zo219 commented on 15 Jun 2009
How I wish this were still being developed!
[Version 2.0.3]

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Derekcurrie replied on 12 Dec 2013
IMHO the best cookie control app at the moment is 'Cookie' by SweetP. I'm currently testing their 'Privatus' app, which is a simple granny-friendly equivalent. Another choice is Cookie Stumbler, which is more pricey. There are also several cookie add-ons for Safari and Firefox such as Ghostery, DoNotTrackMe and BetterPrivacy. The free rendition of 'Cookie' is the 'Safari Cookies' add-on, but the cost of upgrading to 'Cookie' is worth it.
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Anonymous reviewed on 28 Jun 2005
Cookie Dog, for one, syncs your cookies between all browsers. What, may I ask, are all these wonderful other options? The Dog has performed faithfully for years. Ten bucks - get over it.
[Version 2.0.3]


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Harrythehorse commented on 06 Mar 2005
I paid form cookie dog back in OS 9, and the developer had no interest in allowing me a free upgrade (which was part of the original deal). There are many suitable and ethically sound alternatives.
[Version 2.0.3]


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JimW commented on 22 Aug 2004
Cookie Dog used to be a cookie manager of choice for Safari till PithHelmet was updated to 2.0 and includes cookie editing and management. PithHelment is donationware as opposed to shareware, along with its ad blocking features. FYI: donationware means you only pay for it if you want to and feel it is worth the money. PithHelmet only works with Safari. Now it is my cookie manager of choice due to all of its features and price structure. I encourage Safari users to take a look at it as well as Cookie Dog in order to make an informed decision before spending their money.
[Version 2.0.2]


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Anonymous reviewed on 20 Jul 2004
Very helpful app. Wish there were an updated OS X icon.
[Version 2.0]

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Anonymous commented on 06 Mar 2005
You find endless icons out on the web - then just cut and paste onto Cookie Dog's icon.
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Anonymous reviewed on 22 Feb 2004
cookie dog is great! it deleted all my cookies including the IE cookies which i couldn`t delete in any other way before.
[Version 2.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 04 Feb 2004
I have been using Cookie Dog for several years and it works exactly as advertised. Cookie Dog 2 is compatible with OS X (including Panther) and Internet Explorer, Safari, Mozilla/Netscape, Camino and Omniweb.

When I upgraded to Panther from OS 9 I had to manually manage cookies in Safari and it was a bit of a hassle and a time-waster. Cookie Dog does more, and better, in less time. It's worth every penny of the $10 shareware fee.
[Version 2.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 20 Jan 2002
Simple and easy to use. Does everything I need it to.
[Version 1.1.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 15 Dec 2001
Small and easy to use. Wish it would work with other browsers. But then everyone except IE make cookies pretty easy to handle.
[Version 1.1.1]

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Anonymous commented on 19 Jan 2004
I second Frank's wish for other browser support... specifically Safari! IMO, Safari is just as bad as IE at cookie control.
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dvh had trouble on 25 Mar 2009
Cookie Dog has not been updated in a while and seems to have a problem parsing certain cookies. This can result in a corrupted cookie file. (Safari 3 & 4). Safari then creates a new cookie file.

Suggest looking at Cocoa Cookie which seems to work fine (Safari only) and allows locking and editing cookies.
[Version 2.0.3]


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Tony Toy had trouble on 08 Mar 2006
Cookies don't seem to save correctly anymore after 10.4.5 update. The cookies that I maked as "Never Delete" are still in there but when I open safari all the pages I logged into are reset and I need to re-login.

I do love this software though, I just wish it wasn't causing me problems now.
[Version 2.0.3]


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Downloads:7,373
Version Downloads:3,212
Type:Internet : Internet Utilities
License:Shareware
Date:05 Mar 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price: $10.00
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Cookie Dog is a tool that automatically deletes cookies set by Internet Explorer. The great thing about this program is that it allows you to view and selectively delete specific cookie files instead of deleting all of them.


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