Browser Add-on Cookie-Autodelete Now Cleans Up Various Data Types like Service Workers Now:

klepto

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Jun 14, 2020
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Release v3.5.0 · Cookie-AutoDelete/Cookie-AutoDelete

Cleanup of additional site data types by hostname. For backwards compatibility, existing rules will be keeping all newly implemented site data types. Closes #792 (Plugin Data-Firefox 78+ and Chrome), #551 (Cache-Firefox 77+ and Chrome), #287 (Service Workers-Firefox 77+ and Chrome), #283 (ETag/Cache), #264 (Flash Cookies/Plugin Data) #171 (indexedDB-Firefox 77+ and Chrome))

I've tested this in Ungoogle-Chromium and it works well. I hated having to clean up that stuff manually or use additional extension. You can also choose to allow or disallow clean up of these types per hostname in your whitelist.
 

Jan Willy

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Jul 5, 2019
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The only chromium extension I found that passes this test is Trace.

You mean this setting in Trace?

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Didn't work in MS Edge (Chromium).

Edit:
Nevertheless Trace says the etag headers are blocked.

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Or is there something that I don't understand?
 
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HarborFront

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ng4ever

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Feb 11, 2016
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Does anyone who uses Cookie AutoDelete know if I should whitelist domains or subdomains of forums, like this, so I haven't to resign in every time please?

Thanks.

I re-tried. Waited for 3 mins and still cannot clear. Never mind I can still use Classic Cache Killer to clear etags

Cool.
 
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