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Why Eset Smart Security does not detect tracking cookies?


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I have run AVG and Bitdefender analysis with my PC and I've seen both antivirus tracking cookies detected and eliminated.

I wonder why Smart Security does the same ?.

Superantispyware even in its free version lets you remove tracking cookies. What good ESS does not offer something so basic.

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Although most cookies are harmless, it is known that can be used for the purpose of spyware, so I am surprised that Eset not identified in its analysis, as if it does AVG or BitDefender.

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