I would like to configure Safari to block cookies from specific domains, but looking at the settings I couldn't find any option. Then I searched for extensions that could implement this feature, having no success with that either.

Is there any way to block specific cookies?

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    Depending on the domain, a plugin like ghostery might help. It doesn't let you block arbitrary domains, but it maintains a list of trackers from all sorts of sites and blocks them for you. – dwightk Nov 23 '14 at 14:41
  • Yes, I used Ghostery for a while. However what I really want it to be able to block other domains. – Guilherme Nov 23 '14 at 14:51

You can use a connection manager like Little Snitch to block access to domains of your choice. It's not from within Safari, but it'll work perfectly - even system-wide. However, Little Snitch and its competitors aren't free, but they do have trials.

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    how is this going to block just cookies, if you block the domain ? – Ruskes Dec 21 '18 at 19:56

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