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Third party cookies - 70 -90 % users cant be stuffed ?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by marttali, May 28, 2008.

  1. marttali

    marttali Junior Member

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    Hi,

    according to my knowledge IE6 and IE7 are blocking all the third party cookies by default you are trying to load ? Only if the cookie setting url/company has some special certificate IE allows to store them. This goes for whether you are doing forum img stuffing or stuffing through your own domain.

    Now girls and boys - are there any other creative ways to stuff that majority ?

    BTW, HI everybody.
     
  2. marttali

    marttali Junior Member

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    Anyone? Or am i not correct ?
     
  3. ProtoProtoss

    ProtoProtoss Junior Member

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    buy a certificate?
     
  4. anonymous

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    if child frame site sends "p3p" http header, there will be no problem, so you cant do anything.
    But there may be another way to bypass the problem
     
  5. stealthisblog

    stealthisblog Regular Member

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    some alternatives are popups, .swf animations with actionscript, and of course images.

    however, i wouldnt worry too much about this, many users use Firefox and Opera, IE isnt the vast majority (anymore).
     
  6. marttali

    marttali Junior Member

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    This means if for example i'm stuffing people with some cj partner cookies, if cj (while loading it in frame, in popup, etc) doesn't provide p3p info in header and doesn't have p3p licence, ie6 and ie7 browsers will not accept the cookie ?
    Care to elaborate ?
     
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  7. anonymous

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    yeah you're right.
    i dont know any other way yet
     
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  9. marttali

    marttali Junior Member

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    Yep, cj and shareasale for example have the p3p in place, but many small networks and independent programs probably don't.