Flash cookie

(redirected from LSO)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Financial, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

Flash cookie

A data file that is stored in the user's computer by visiting a website that runs a Flash application. Officially called a "local shared object" (LSO), it functions like a regular browser cookie to personalize the user's experience, except that a Flash cookie can hold up to 100KB rather than only 4KB (see cookie). Clearing cookies in the Web browser does not clear Flash cookies. They must be cleared via Adobe Flash Player settings. See Evercookie.
Copyright © 1981-2019 by The Computer Language Company Inc. All Rights reserved. THIS DEFINITION IS FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. All other reproduction is strictly prohibited without permission from the publisher.
References in periodicals archive ?
Logistic Support Officer (LSO) Naval Station Mayport, Fla., is responsible for the timely and effective discharge of logistic and husbanding services to U.S.
Extraction and chemical analysis of LSO, thymol and carvacrol
For LSO Foods, the subcontracting agreement will increase its supply volumes to around 92 million kg for pork and 26 million kg for beef.
Phonsog suggested the administration to involve both Leh and Kargil districts in LSO from next year for more participation and better competition.
Andre was one of a kind and a real friend to the LSO. We will all miss him."
Like the site LSO, the headquarters LSO aligns local resources with afloat unit requirements and provides training to site LSOs.
The objective was to empower Local Support Organisations (LSOs) to strengthen socio-economic development through PPAF's Tabeer-o-Tameer Fund initiative.
One aspect of this very dangerous operation is the absolutely vital role the LSO, or landing signal officer, plays in assisting the pilot in safely landing aboard the ship.
We identified a subset of this cohort who completed the Life Style Overview (LSO) in 2011-2014.
Showcasing the value of MEF's Presto network resources provisioning (NRP) interface, the proof of concept (PoC) uses programmable interfaces for the automation of lifecycle service orchestration (LSO).
MEF 3.0 blends sophisticated, standardized services with an emerging suite of LSO (Lifecycle Service Orchestration) APIs to provide an on-demand, cloud-centric experience with unprecedented user--and application-directed control over network resources and service capabilities.
Every year, the Legislative Services Office, or LSO, audits the CAFR.