Do cookies, and caches get stored on your computer if you're using a proxy server?

Answer Yes, the cache and cookies are unique to your computer and are stored locally on your system. The proxy server is just acting as a "gateway" for your Internet access and could potentially "hide" y... Read More »

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Where are cookies stored on the computer?

Internet cookies--files or parts of files shared between an Internet user's computer and website servers for various reasons including identification, authentication and tracking purposes--are non-... Read More »

What are some of the advantages of using a proxy server?

1) You Remain annonymous . (i) would not traice where you are from when you are visiting an online dating site etc2) You hide your ip adress3) Has an advantage for hackers.4) can allow you to... Read More »

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Where are cookies stored on my Vista computer?

Cookies are stored in Windows Vista in the "Cookies" folder, which is located under your home folder (the folder under "Users" named after your Windows user name. The full path to the folder is "C:... Read More »