Cooxie Toolbar for Internet Explorer 1.2.03
The Cooxie Toolbar reveals what Internet Explorer has recorded about online activities and helps protect privacy when surfing the Internet.
The toolbar lets you edit typed URLs (add or remove links in the Address bar dropdown list); edit visited URLs; view files stored in the temporary internet files folder. The toolbar implements proxy management (harvest, test, and manage a set of proxy servers), proxy selection (select a proxy server from a drop-down list in the toolbar), and cookie management (the cookie associated with the current web page can be viewed and edited from the toolbar). A slider in the toolbar makes it easy to adjust security settings, for example to disable script execution and cookies when surfing insecure web sites.
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