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In the true sense, Cookies are not viruses at all, these are files associated with some sites so that later you will be able to access your previously visited sites fast. Different sites store cookies on your computer when you access them online. Please don't be scared and if you detect them by your anti-virus, please delete them. You can also delete them by deleting the complete browsing history in your browser.
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