Post Reply FLASH PLAYER / LSO's Local Shared Objects !
45402 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
55 / M / East Coast
Posted 11/7/15 , edited 11/8/15
So I was checking Oprea / Firefox security add ons and found an add on that not only cleans up all the history cache etc but also LSO's / Local Shared Objects / Flash cookies that arent neeccesarily erased when using a browser's clean up ! It's all explained in full withthe link and a short quote ! Some consider them an invasion of privacy !

CR buried an LSO deep in my PC along with Google which I dont even use as a search engine no more And people said no way CR leaves anything on your PC So now that I use this both my browsers work so much quicker ! Yes there are stiil glitches but CR loads faster now it seems !

So get a cleaner with LSO removal ! Oprea Chrome dont let you clean the Flash Cache but the cleaner does!

Local shared object / Quick look

Local shared objects (LSOs), commonly called Flash cookies (due to their similarities with HTTP cookies), are pieces of data that websites which use Adobe Flash may store on a user's computer. Local shared objects have been used by all versions of Flash Player (developed by Macromedia, which was later acquired by Adobe Systems) since version 6.[1]

Flash cookies, which can be stored or retrieved whenever a user accesses a page containing a Flash application, are a form of local storage. Similar to that of cookies, they can be used to store user preferences, save data from Flash games, or to track users' Internet activity.[2] LSOs have been criticised as a breach of browser security, but there are browser settings and addons to limit the duration of their storage


Posted 11/7/15 , edited 11/8/15
37757 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
47 / Seattle
Posted 11/8/15 , edited 11/8/15
It could easily be simple coincidence, but I just watched today's episode of Hakone wi... th... out... stuttering/freezing for the first time ever. (It's the only new show I even bother with watching here anymore.)
You must be logged in to post.