Bug#575754: epiphany-browser: Bug in cookies privacy settings

intrigeri intrigeri at boum.org
Wed May 19 06:51:54 UTC 2010

notfound 575754 2.30.2-1


Felipe Ignacio Cañas Sabat wrote (18 May 2010 19:04:02 GMT) :
> I can confirm this bug was fixed. I am now using _testing_ and the
> bug no longer exists.

So do I. Tagging accordingly.

> However, the opposite seems to happen now (cookies from other domains
> are popping up). I'd like confirmation here in case I'm mistaken.

> For example, after having erased all cookies, I visit
> http://www.emol.com (news site from Chile) and cookies from the
> following sites pop up in my personal data:

> .hits.e.cl
> .emol.com
> ads.emol.com
> www.emol.com
> .scorecardresearch.com

> As I understand the configuration setting, the domains ".hits.e.cl" and
> ".scorecardresearch.com" have no business being added when I'm visiting
> emol.com. Should this be filed as another bug?

This should be filed as another bug, sure.

I can't reproduce it with 2.30.2-1, though, neither with or without
the adblock extension enabled.

> Relevant packages,
> libsoup2.4-1 v2.30.1-1

Same here.

> libwebkit-1.0-2 v1.1.90-1

Same here.

> epiphany-browser v2.29.3-1

I'm using 2.30.2-1. This seems to make the difference.

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