Hi Francesco, Thank you for your report.
On Tue, Jan 05, 2016 at 01:39:13PM +0100, Francesco Poli (wintermute) wrote: > Package: xul-ext-cookie-monster > Version: 1.2.5-1 > I noticed a regression, after the recent > > [UPGRADE] iceweasel:amd64 38.5.0esr-1 -> 43.0.2-1 > [UPGRADE] iceweasel:amd64 43.0.2-1 -> 43.0.2-1+b1 > > I can no longer login on www.amazon.it or www.amazon.com, even after > temporarily allowing all cookies. > It used to work correctly before the above-mentioned upgrade (it just > needed the amazon.com or amazon.it cookies to be temporarily allowed). > > Now, I access https://www.amazon.com and click on the Cookie Monster > button: I enable "Temporarily Allow Cookies from amazon.com" […] The just uploaded 220.127.116.11-1 version package is supposed to fix handling of HTTP and HTTPS (from the upstream changelog: “In accordance with Firefox changing the way cookie permissions are stored so that whether the site is accessed via HTTP or HTTPS matters (origin), Cookie Monster (CM), by default, should now show the scheme (HTTP or HTTPS) in the menu, to let you know what cookie settings are being shown - this should correspond to whether the page is being accessed via HTTP or HTTPS.” Please let us know (or directly close the bug with version 18.104.22.168-1) if upgrading is enough to fix your issue. Regards David
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