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I am looking for a browser that doesn't support cookies at all. I need it for some security testing of my website.

I am not interested in an ordinary browser with turned off cookies, it isn't the solution for me.

Is it possible to find it in the modern world?

EDIT: I am using Windows 10, but I will be able to install any on Virtual Machine.

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    I'm confused. Most people that would potentially visit your website would use a browser that supported cookies.
    – rrirower
    Jun 7, 2016 at 20:33
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    @rrirower I want to check my site with cookieless="AutoDetect" and cookieless="UseDeviceProfile" options. Especially I am interested, how browser without support cookies at all will work in the last mode.
    – RredCat
    Jun 7, 2016 at 20:35
  • Isn't Chrome's incognito mode what ignores cookies?
    – Mjh
    Jun 8, 2016 at 8:31
  • @Mjh Nope, Chrome in incognito mode works with cookies but clear them when you close the browser.
    – RredCat
    Jun 8, 2016 at 10:17
  • So what you're after is when your site sends the cookies, browser is supposed to simply drop them and every next request is then cookieless? Why not just use cURL from command line if all you need to do is testing?
    – Mjh
    Jun 8, 2016 at 10:24

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It doesn't drop them during next request. I can login on some page and browser in incognito mode keeps my session (via cookies)

Safari kind of supports this. Every private tab in Safari starts from scratch regarding cookies. In Chrome and Firefox, if you open a private window and login somewhere and then open another tab in that private window, you are logged in to that site in both tabs. However, in Safari, in the same scenario you aren't logged in in the second tab.

To achieve what you are looking for, open a private window in Safari and then when you click a link, open that link in a new tab. When you click the next link, do it in a new tab. Etc.

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  • Thank you, @d-b. Frankly, I needed 5 min to understand why I asked this question 6 years ago.
    – RredCat
    Feb 9 at 13:50

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