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    Affiliate Addict Robert484848's Avatar
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    Pop-up Blockers and cookies
    I have a pop-up blocker that blocks most pop-ups. My question is can the pop-ups that get blocked still overwright cookies in that split second before they are blocked?
    winning is a habit unfortunately so is losing

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    Do you mean overwriting cookies on your pc, or are you using cookie stuffing through pop-ups yourself and you want to know if pop-up blockers are blocking your cookies?

    So are you worried about your pc or your cookies?

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    Maybe, he wants to know if his legitimate cookies can still be overwriten by bad pop-ups on his potential customers computers even though they use pop-up blockers.

    I think it is a good question.
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    The cookie experts like Ben -Ms B or Happy Pooin could answer this legit question as some popup blockers just eliminate the image display ...not the underlying cookie setting code. All the cookie washing and cookie stuffing wanks in the affiliate industry know the answer as it sure seems they continue to practice forced cookie sets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SSanf
    Maybe, he wants to know if his legitimate cookies can still be overwriten by bad pop-ups on his potential customers computers even though they use pop-up blockers.

    I think it is a good question.
    thanx SSanf that is what I ment.
    winning is a habit unfortunately so is losing

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    Robert,

    Depends of the popblocking software.

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