If you want to keep cookies under control, you should take a look at the "Block Cookies" section. 1Blocker prevents Safari from sending cookies to any websites mentioned in this category. 


Cookies are small files generated by websites you visit and stored on your device. Usually, sites use them to ease your navigation, let you log in automatically, or remember your settings, but at the same time, cookies can be used to get access to your personal information, track your browsing history, etc. If a website looks suspicious, it is worth blocking cookies on it. 


The important thing to know about cookie blocking is that websites still save them to your computer. However, if you have cookie blocking rules enabled, Safari would ignore them while sending requests.


How to Block Cookies?


On iOS:

  1. Launch 1Blocker;
  2. Go to Safari > Custom > Block Cookies;
  3. Tap the arrow in the upper-right corner and choose "New Rule"; 
  4. Choose a name for your rule (optional) and put the site's name;
  5. Choose whether to include subdomains and block all cookie files or first/third-party cookies only;
  6. Tap "Save". 


On macOS:

  1. Launch 1Blocker;
  2. Go to Custom > Block Cookies;
  3. Press the "New Rule" button in the lower-right corner;
  4. Choose a name for your rule (optional) and put the site's name;
  5. Choose whether to include subdomains and block all cookie files or first/third-party cookies only;
  6. Tap "Save".