The Conduit cookie is a tracking cookie that monitors your web browsing activity, preferences, and other private information. The gathered information is sent to online marketers and spammers. Unlike regular cookies, which websites require to function properly, tracking cookies are malicious and should be removed. Whether you are using Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox, you can remove Conduit safely from your computer.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Launch Internet Explorer and click the "Tools" button. Scroll down and select "Internet Options" to launch the options console.
Click the "Settings" button under "Browsing History" and click "View Files." A folder launches containing your browsers cookies and temporary Internet files.
Scroll through the folder and locate the Conduit cookie file. Right-click it and click "Delete." Empty the recycle bin to remove it from your web browser.
Permanently block the Conduit cookie. To do so, go back to options console and click the "Privacy" tab. Click "Sites" to launch the "Per sites privacy" action window.
Type in "Conduit.com" (without quotes) and click "Block."
Internet Explorer Users
Launch Mozilla Firefox from the location you have it on your computer and click the "Tools" button on the main menu. Scroll down and select "Options" to launch the options console.
Click the "Privacy" tab on the top and click "Show Cookies" from the "Cookies" tab.
Enter "conduit.com" (without quotes) in the search field and run a search. When the Firefox search utility locates this cookie, delete it from your computer.
Permanently block the Conduit cookie. To do so, go back to options console and click "Privacy." Click "Exceptions" from the "Cookies" tab.
Type "Conduit.com" (without quotes) in the "Address of Website" window and click "Disable" to block this cookie.
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