Cookies are required

To continue using slotzo, please enable cookies on your browser.

Cookies are just a small piece of text, not plug-ins or executable files. They can only tell a web server if you have been there before.
We do not use cookies to store your personal information. However, we do use session-cookies to keep track of your login state (as a security precaution and to protect your privacy, if you have not performed a session activity within a couple of minutes you will be logged out).

What type of browser are you using?
Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer 6.x:

  1. In Internet Explorer click on "Tools" at the top of the window.
  2. Select "Internet Options".
  3. Click on the "Privacy" tab.
  4. In the center of the "Privacy" tab screen, there should be an "Advanced" button. Click this button.
  5. Ensure that "Override automatic cookie handling" is checked.
  6. First and Third party cookies should be set to "Accept"
  7. Check "Always allow session cookies"
  8. Click on "OK"
  9. Exit Internet Explorer and restart your browser

Internet Explorer 5.x (Windows):

  1. From the Tools menu, click [Internet Options].
  2. Click the [Security] tab.
  3. Click the [Custom Level] button.
  4. Click on the "Advanced" button
  5. Scroll down through the window to locate the Cookie Section. Internet Explorer 5 contains two separate locations where cookies are changed:

  6. Allow Cookies that are stored on your computer.
    Allow per-session Cookies, not stored.
  7. Enable your cookies at each location.
  8. Click [OK].
  9. Exit Internet Explorer and restart your browser

Internet Explorer 5.x (Macintosh):

  1. Click Edit
  2. Select Preferences
  3. Under the Receiving Files option, select Cookies
  4. Under "When receiving cookies:" select the desired level of cookie acceptance
  5. Click OK to finish
Netscape

Netscape Navigator 7.x

  1. Click Edit on the Toolbar.
  2. Click Preferences
  3. Click the Privacy and Security category; expand the list to show the subcategories.
  4. Click Cookies
  5. Three options are displayed. Do the following:
    • Check "Enable all cookies"
  6. If you want to be notified when a web site tries to set a cookie, select "Warn me before accepting a cookie."
AOL

NOTE: If the changes below do not work for you, please minimize the AOL Browser and open and use a SEPARATE browser like Internet Explorer or Netscape.

Properly Enabling Cookies on AOL 9.0:

  1. Click on the AOL "Settings" icon near the top of your AOL window.
  2. In the "Essentials" section, click on "Internet [Web] Options"
  3. Click on the "Privacy" tab.
  4. Click on the "Advanced" button
  5. Ensure that "Override automatic cookie handling" is checked.
  6. First and Third party cookies should be set to "Accept"
  7. Check "Always allow session cookies"
  8. Click on "OK"
  9. Click "Apply" and then "OK"
  10. Exit AOL and restart your computer (This step is important. Do not skip.)
Opera 7+

  1. From the File menu, choose Preferences.
  2. Click the Privacy category.
  3. Check Enable Cookies.
  4. From the Normal Cookies drop-down menu, select Automatically accept all cookies.
  5. From the Third Part drop-down menu, select Automatically accept all cookies.
  6. Click OK.

Firefox (Mozilla)

  1. Select Tools | Options... from the main menu.
  2. Select Privacy from the left panel of options.
  3. Expand the Cookies options on the right.
  4. Select "Enable Cookies."
  5. Select "for the originating website only."
Safari 

  1. From the Safari Menu, choose Preferences.
  2. Click the Security icon.
  3. In the "Accept Cookies" selection box, chose Always or Only from sites you navigate to.
Modify your security/firewall/anti-virus software settings

Security/firewall/anti-virus software can sometimes affect how browsers handle cookies. Please make sure you have cookies enabled in your software, or add "slotzo.com" to your "safe list" of sites.

Zone Alarm

  1. In Zone Alarm, select Privacy.
  2. Under Cookie Control, click Custom
  3. In Custom Privacy Settings:
    1. Uncheck the box that says "Block session cookies"
    2. Uncheck the box that says "Block persistent cookies"
    3. Uncheck the box that says "Remove private header information".
    4. Uncheck the box that says "Expire Cookies"
  4. Click OK.

Norton Personal Firewall

  1. Double click on the Norton Personal Firewall icon in the tray.
  2. Click on the Open option in the pop-up menu.
  3. Click the Options icon in the Norton SystemWorks menu box.
  4. Click on the Personal Firewall option in the Options menu box.
  5. Click the Advanced Options button at the bottom of the Norton Personal Firewall Options menu box to retrieve the default settings menu box.
  6. Make sure you are in the "Web" tab. There may be several domains already listed in this area.
  7. Click on the Add Site button at the bottom of the Web defaults window.
  8. You will need to enter "slotzo.com" (without the quotes) as a new default. This should active the default rules section of that window.
  9. Make sure the Cookies and Referer (under Browsing Privacy) are set to permit as a default rule for the slotzo.com domain.
  10. Click OK, then click OK again.

McAfee Privacy Service

  1. Right-click the red "M" icon by your system clock.
  2. Click "Privacy Service."
  3. Click "Options."
  4. The McAfee Privacy Service window appears. Click the "Cookies" tab.
  5. Enter each website address from which you would like to allow cookies.
  6. Click "Add."
  7. Once completed, close the window.