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Unity-Cookie: where does it come from, to what app does it belong?

Discussion in 'Android Help' started by Biffos, Sep 4, 2019.

  1. Biffos

    Biffos Well-Known Member
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    Unity-Cookie: where does it come from, to what app does it belong?

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    I am looking for the app causing full screen ads. May be here is a connection.
     

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  2. MoodyBlues

    MoodyBlues Compassion is cool!
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    Since this is an English language site, it would help immensely if you could translate what those prompts say. Otherwise, we'll have to wait and hope that someone who speaks German(?) comes along and sees your post. :)
     
  3. Biffos

    Biffos Well-Known Member
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    Very sorry, didn't think it would be that imporant, it is just spam.It is asked whether that spam unity cookie may collect and use my data to personalize may gaming experience and ads. I can accept it or chose other possibilities.
     
  4. steiny180

    steiny180 Android Enthusiast

    The free NoRoot Firewall app in the PS will help you isolate and deny the problem web accesses...
     
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  5. Biffos

    Biffos Well-Known Member
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    Sorry, what is PS?
     
  6. mikedt

    mikedt 你好

    PS, Play Store.
     
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  7. Biffos

    Biffos Well-Known Member
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    Many thanks.

    And what do I have to do after installing to find out where the ads / messages come from, find out the app which causes them?
     
  8. steiny180

    steiny180 Android Enthusiast

    1. Enable the app
    2. Allow accesses until the silly ad appears
    3. Disable wifi and data
    4. Browse the NoRoot Firewall log
    5. The most recent (top-most) accesses will appear along with associated app.
    6. Take a screen shot
    7. Disable wifi and data accesses for a suspect app
    8. Enable wifi and/or data
    9. If the silly ad reappears, go to step 7, picking the next suspect app
    10. If the silly ad doesn't reappear, you've found the suspect app
    11. Congratulations
     
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  9. Biffos

    Biffos Well-Known Member
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    So a lot of work, I guess. Hope, I will arrive at 11. soon.

    I already had deinstalled (and reinstalled if the silly ads occurred though) some last installed apps before without success.May be an old app, installed some months or so ago, had started to send such silly apps.

    Thank you very much!
     
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