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- System Process: No
- Background Process: No
- Application Process:Yes
- Common Path:
C:\ Program Files\ AnalogX\ CookieWall\ cookie.exe
- Uses Network:No
- Uses Internet:Yes
The cookie.exe process is also known as the software CookieWall by Analog X. This company received numerous awards when it started in 1998. It continues to design different software from audio to MP3s including network and programming.
After the installation of CookieWall, the cookie.exe program file immediately starts to protect your personal information. Online privacy is big problem these days. Exploits of information about you are being gathered through cookies that are stored in your computer. The most common method to track individuals on the Internet is through these cookies that contain small files of information inside your machine.
When the process cookie.exe is running, it controls and allows you too quickly and easily decide which cookies can stay on your system and which should be deleted. Once the cookie.exe file knows which ones are not allowed to come in, it does the rest. The cookie.exe process can be configured to remove cookies as soon as they come in and it also notifies you of other cookies that are still unchecked.
The cookie.exe file also protects usernames and passwords you store in your machine for particular websites. Cookies are Internet created files. These are small text files you keep inside your computer. This information is used to allow you to visit certain sites and give you the liberty of customizing your own preferences.
Analog X, the maker of CookieWall is now currently compatible with Microsoft Internet Explorer and other web browsers such as NeoPlanet. Servers running the cookie.exe process are secure, but there are many different approaches to it. Microsoft uses IP Security but this is not considered as firewall though it operates most of the firewalls function.
The cookie.exe program uses IPsec which allows intentional traffic that allows or denies entry of that specific traffic you allowed or disallowed. It also employs TCP/IP filtering as an advanced option.
The control.exe file is commonly located in a subfolder of C:\ Program Files\ AnalogX\ CookieWall\ cookie.exe. It has a known file size of 228 Kilobytes. The available version of the cookie.exe process is CookieWall 1.01.
Additional cookie.exe Info:
Part of: CookieWall, Author URL: http:// www.analogx.com/, File Created by: Analog X
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