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    Default Why 127.0.0.1 Cookie

    In reviewing my system, I found a cookie for 127.0.0.1. I thought this was the Local Host IPV4 address and was controlled by DNS. Why should there be a cookie for it? The date on the cookie is 8/15/2014. I have no idea what would have placed it in the system.
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    Default Re: Why 127.0.0.1 Cookie

    I believe your answer may be found right here

    Cookie 127.0.0.1 - Microsoft Community

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    Default Re: Why 127.0.0.1 Cookie

    Could not locate an answer.

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    Default Re: Why 127.0.0.1 Cookie

    Do you have Adobe Installed? or do you have any cracked (hacked) software installed on your PC.

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    Default Re: Why 127.0.0.1 Cookie

    I run AVAST, CCleaner and SuperAntiSpyware with Microsoft Firewall. The system better not hide any malware. The 127.0.0.1 has disappeared. I do have ADOBE XI and Flash.

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