Question about Yahoo Messenger
First off: I don't IM; my problem is with email. I can sign in to Yahoo email using Google's Chrome. IE8, however, gives me this message: "The browser you're using refuses to sign in. (cookies rejected)". I switched from IE7 to IE8 about 1 week ago, and have had no problems until today. Under "privacy" all the websites are allowed; I removed all that were blocked, but my computer is set to always prompt. I am stymied, and I realize I may be on the wrong website, but the problem was defined perfectly.
I have not tried Firefox, but as I said, I can log in on Chrome. Op sys is Windows XP, security is Norton 09 Antivirus. I've had them and my computer for about 3 years with no problems. Norton says everything's okay, but consistently blocks "Unauthorized access blocked, (Open Process Token)". Attempted access is from windows defender (msmpeng.exe) [and I wish I could get rid of that], googleupdate.exe, and explorer.exe. There are 30 of these messages so far today, as there are every day. They probably have nothing whatsoever to do with my problem, but the sign said the more details, the better. I realize I could get rid of IE8, and that might solve the problem, but wouldn't solve the cause of the problem. Also, I could just not use IE8, but again, there must be a cause.
Switch to Mozilla.
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
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Posted on Oct 30, 2010
I just encountered the problem of not being able to sign into my Yahoo! account with my Mozilla browser (Dec. 4, 2014.) I tried the steps of clearing my cookies and cache and even upgraded my Mozilla browser to the latest version, with no luck. Note: I could sign in to my Yahoo! account with Google Chrome and with IE 11. This morning, after "sleeping on it," I wondered if my "Do Not Track" settings (no tracking) on my Mozilla browser was causing the problem of "cookies rejected." First I tried signing into my Yahoo! account with "no tracking" settings through Do Not Track on Mozilla. I couldn't sign in. Then, I disabled the tracking on Do Not Track and tried signing into Yahoo! with Mozilla. Bingo! I could sign in. I have now reset Do Not Track for "no tracking." Others may wish to try this solution if the steps provided through Mozilla support don't work.
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