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Autodistract1.1.dmg (114.87 KB)
MD5: a82feb8658c6adba71a1c262cb44d825
For Mac OS X
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Autodistract1.0.dmg (121.19 KB)
MD5: cfa74e197ea0bc378d038d23519eda60
For Mac OS X
Guides on emulating older applications

Autodistract is a small tool that will passively protect your privacy online by automatically removing tracking cookies as you browse the Web. If you have Growl installed, then Autodistract will inform you when a tracking cookie has been discovered and deleted. Autodistract is small in size, takes only a tiny amount of memory, runs in the background, and cleans your cookies without touching cookies that are genuinely useful, so it is safe to use.

Architecture: PPC x86 (Intel:Mac)

Autodistract only works with Web browsers that use Apple's NSHTTPCookie API for loading and storing cookies, such as Apple Mail and Safari. (In other words, Autodistract doesn't work with Firefox, sorry.) And Autodistract cannot remove session cookies from browsers.

Use the first download for Mac OS X 10.6 or later, and an Intel Core 2 Duo CPU or later, second is for Leopard and PPC, ect.