Killing the zombie cookie
But it's apparently possible, with just a few steps, to delete the distributed information stored by the evercookie, although unfortunately there is no practical user interface to do so. For instance, Jeremiah Grossmann, a browser security specialist, has published directions on how to erase the information in Google's Chrome browser. Under Windows, any Silverlight and Flash cookies must be deleted along with all Internet data (by selecting - Wrench, Tools, Clear Browsing Data).
Dominic White has also published instructions for Firefox. For Safari on Macs, he has even written a short script that deletes the evercookie. However, in his experiments he ran into problems with the mobile version of Safari on the Apple iPhone, where every app uses its own storage for cookies, the cache and HTML5 data.
If the delete function is called for a particular app in Safari, the function only applies for that app; the tracks left by the browser from other apps remain unaffected. White has written a script that can delete the evercookie in all installed Web applications, though the process only works on jailbroken iPhones.