Fortunately, my PC over the years has been maintained without any Tracking Cookies, but recently a trial software download introduced several of these cookies, which I'm experiencing extreme difficulties in deleting permanently. Using Windows 7 and Firefox as my browser, I can delete the cookies from Firefox through the Tools, Options, Privacy tab, only to find imediately afterwards that thry have all reappeared in Firefox. Searching the 'net for answers has proved that I'm not the only one to experience this problem. Even using different spyware software can find these nasties and delete them, but still they reappear. From my searching I gather that one of them 'Tribalfusion.com' is proving particularly difficult to remove permanently. There are several others in the same category.
I have also tried finding the culprit in the Registry, but without permanent success.
The relevant path appears to be C:\Users\Owner\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Pro files\4e4iomsa.default. This folder contains numerous files with the extension .sqlite. Even deleting these files does not permanently delete the cookies in question. When trying to find this folder's name in the Registry, I encountered an Inbox Toolbar, that appeared unimportant and was deleted by me, but without any success in relation to the reappearing cookies.
Has any one in this forum had a similar experience and found the answer to permanently delete these nasties? I would appreciate any assistance.