Two factor authentication, how to store Cookies?

So, I began to set up authentication two factor for various connections I have. As a normal practice, whenever I have close no matter what browser I have delete all cookies, and when my computer is shut down I get a Norton scan for cookies and delete them. The problem is that it removes my two factors authentication cookies I need. I tried the implementation of an exception, but the cookies are deleted anyway. How can I set this up to work, that is to say protect specific cookies from deletion?

In Internet Explorer, it's extremely easy to do. All do you is put a check mark next to "preserve the favorite Web site data"... Fact. In Firefox, you would think is equivalent to "Preferences of Site", but it works the same in IE and cookies are deleted.


I finally thought to try different combinations. Unlike the way I expect it works with the exceptions of cookie, the ' * ' character match only matches the 'cookie name', not all the path for a while in the 'site name'. In other words, *. will not protect the cookies which are also under In this case both *. and *. are necessary. As an example of the real world, the exceptions that work with Google two-factor authentication, which covers 20 + cookies that must be preserved, are:

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