Cookies cross domain "cookie-ing" the master site is not my own

I currently have an apartment database website I pay for "" This is the beginning of the search process. I am making my own custom site and I want it to have links that go directly to apartments, or any page past the initial search page. None of these will open unless the initial search page is opened first. I noticed that once this page is opened there is a certain cookie on my computer and without it none of the other pages will open. Can I use this co

Cookies Relative path for Forms Authentication cookie

On my dev system I have the above in my web.config. This works fine if I am using VS web server. But when I host the same website on my IIS7 using a virtual directory it doesn't. VS Url looks like: http://localhost:xxxx/ IIS URL looks like: http://MachineName/MyApp/. When accessing the website through IIS the IsAuthenticated is always false. I figured out that it's because the cookie is being assigned to http://MachineName/Admin/ not http://MachineName/MyApp/Admin. How I make it so that "Ad

getting an access_token when third party cookies are blocked (FB.getLoginStatus returns unknown)

I have an app in which I query /me/friends using the Facebook JS SDK. To do so, I need an access_token which I get using FB.getLoginStatus(). If someone visits with 3rd party cookies disabled, FB.getLoginStatus() returns an unknown status (by design), and no access_token. How do others handle this? Is there another way to get an oauth token through the JS SDK? Do you just not load that feature, or do you fall back to a server-side method? Thanks!

Cookies PHPSESSID Cookie over WebClient doesn't work

i try to use a allready there PHPSESSID as a cookie. I got them freh from Firefox, so the ID is 100% correct, but the result is everytime the site for login, not the requested site. String site = ""; WebClient client = new WebClient(); client.Headers.Add(HttpRequestHeader.Cookie, "PHPSESSID=fa90a8305a378254aefc371f875a86b2"); result = client.DownloadString(site); what do I wrong?

Cookies JMeter - Changing a Cookie's Value during a Test?

I have created a test plan in JMeter *(Version 2.13). I was able to add a Cookie Manager to the plan and have my cookies preserved between HTTP Requests, which works just fine. What I'm trying to do now is, if possible, preserve one Cookie from the start (*Called "JSESSIONID") and then have another Cookie (*let's call it "MYID") which can be modified during the test. My 1st try at this was like the following: +Thread Group -HTTP Request Defaults -HTTP Cookie Manager +HTTP Request

Cookies When returning a 401, nginx includes a cookie and turns off STS

My nginx config looks like: server { server_name localhost; listen 443; ssl on; ssl_certificate [removed]; ssl_certificate_key [removed]; include [removed]; add_header Strict-Transport-Security "max-age=[removed]"; [various ssl settings removed] } The include directive has a location @uwsgi section with a uwsgi_pass specified. Nothing in my application sets cookies. 200 responses show that Strict Transport Security (STS) is enabled (Strict-Transport-Secu

Cookies Recording Google Analytics Goal by API

Is it possible to use userID and the API to record a user having done an event (i.e. reached a goal) by API? For example, if I set up my GA installation to record userID for logged in users, but the Goal I want to record is something that happens when the user is offline. Can I use an API somehow to tell Google "User 001 completed Goal X"? Or, alternatively, can I pull a unique identifier from a user's cookie, store it on my server side linked to the user id, and fake a js call back to Google

Cookies How to test a endpoint with cookie based authentication?

I would like to perform integration tests on my namespaces, however all requests are piped through a middleware that checks for a valid session using the express-session module. What I am looking for is a way to either attach a cookie to the client before performing the request or if there is another way to perform tests would also like to hear about it. Here is some server side code const session = require('express-session')({ .... }) const Server = require('');

Cookies What is this cookis in ASP.NET? IBM Pen test

I am not able to figure out what cookie is this? The name of the cookie changes environment to environment and client browser. I am using ASP.NET RC5. All cookies in image below are from my ASP.NET Site, just hidden the domain column in the image. Could someone help me out please, IBM penetration test has picked up this :(

Cookies from backend service not visible in Postman using zuul routing

I have a zuul routing app deployed on the cloud. Below in my application.yml --- spring: profiles: default zuul: routes: cloud: path: /cardsvcs/acs/** sensitiveHeaders: url: stripPrefix: false ribbon: eureka: enabled: false Routing works perfectly fine and I also get the response headers back from the back end service. The requestContext originResponseHeaders also have all the cookies as part of setCookie header. But these cookies are no

Cookies On-premise TFS dashboard extension not saving cookie

I am setting a cookie on on-premise TFS dashboard from an extension installed on there. We are using TFS 2015 update 3 The code is: var d = new Date(); d.setTime(d.getTime() + (exdays * 24 * 60 * 60 * 1000)); var expires = "expires=" + d.toUTCString(); document.cookie = cname + "=" + cvalue + ";" + expires; The cookie however is not being saved and can't be retrieved later. The same extension installed on VSTS dashboard in the cloud works fine. Any suggestions? Thanks Martin

Preserve cookies / localStorage session across tests in Cypress

I want to save/persist/preserve a cookie or localStorage token that is set by a cy.request(), so that I don't have to use a custom command to login on every test. This should work for tokens like jwt (json web tokens) that are stored in the client's localStorage.

Cookies Why do Chrome APIs not work in Firefox?

I am developing an extension for Firefox and chrome. I used this code to get cookies in chrome in ContentScript. getCookies(domain, name, callback) { try{ chrome.cookies.get({"url": domain, "name": name}, function (cookie) { if (callback) { callback(cookie ? cookie.value : null); } }); } catch(m) {

How to spread/sync cookies between sites with different top level domains (eg,,, etc)?

We are building an e-commercial site and before now we only maintain a single domain like For better user experience, we are going to deploy our sites for different countries and setup different top level domains (eg,,, etc) for each site. Since we have several cookies used in our site including user_id token for identifying user and tracking id from promotion link (for advertising purpose), how can we sync/spread those cookies for all these sites? For example

Delete all cookies in page onUnload event

I try to use following code to delete all cookies in page unload event. However it doesn't seem to work in Chrome. Is there a better way to do it? var cookies = document.cookie.split(';'); for (var i = 0; i < cookies.length; i++) { var chip = cookies[i], entry = chip.split("="), name = entry[0]; document.cookie = name + '=; expires=Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:01 GMT; domain=' + window.location.hostname + '; path=/ '; }

Cookies use 'localhost:8000' would send cookie but '' won't?

I have an django server running at localhost:8000, whitelisting localhost:3000 for CORS and allow credentials. At same time react app is running at localhost:3000. I found that if react is calling django's apis using, then it wont set the cookies in the request, even if i set allow-credential to be true. (server still accepts the request, no CORS error either) export const httpPatch = (url: string, data: any): Promise<any> => axios .patch(url, data

How cookies work?

I wanted to know the interactions of a browser (i.e. Firefox ) and a website. When I submit my user name and password to the login form, what happens? I think that website sends me some cookies and authorizes me by checking those cookies. Is there a standard structure for cookies? Update: Also, how I can see the cookies of specific URL sent to my browser if I want to use that cookie?

How does Facebook set cross-domain cookies for iFrames on canvas pages?

I was browsing Facebook's documentation reading about canvas applications and I came across an example application: As I read through their example, however, I got very confused about their use of cookies in the iframe application. A little backstory... I had already played around with using iframes for embeddable widgets (unrelated to Facebook) and I found out a few browsers (Chrome, Safari, etc.) have strict cookie policies and don't allow

Cookies Node.js http.ClientRequest: get raw headers

I am using Node.js 0.2.3 and response.headers['set-cookie'] seems to be truncated after the first cookie. Is there any way I can just read the raw headers? BTW, the set-cookie header should contain: id1=sw34rwdsfsd;secure; id2=wer235sd2354;secure; id3=df435df4543;secure My guess would be it is not parsing the boolean attributes right and stops after the first one. Anyone know if this is fixed in later versions of Node.js (even though I can't upgrade just yet)?

Cookies Alfresco SSO with Cookie

I want to integrate Alfresco with my current login system (which is an LDAP server). I can successfully integrate LDAP authentication in, however, I want to use an external login page and have Alfresco read a cookie to log the user in (the cookie will contain the username and a key which can be used to verify they're logged in with the LDAP server). I looked into the example that came with the SDK, but there doesn't seem to be a way to login the user in without a password. I was looking into t

Cookies jmeter - counting cookie values

I'm playing around with jmeter to validate a bug fix. Server logic sets the cookie "mygroup" it can be either "groupa" or "groupb". I want to be able fire a series of requests and be able to see there is a proper balanced distribution between the values of this cookie. Ie make 100 requests and 50 times the cookie will be set to "groupa" and "groupb". I'm a bit stuck on this. I currently have the following. I can see the cookies being set in the results tree but I'd like to be able to display

Cookies Cookie is created by which and how?

I am using nginx, php-fpm. I want to know which process is in charge of creating cookie? and where the cookie file is saved on server? Can scripting language like php change where it's saved on the fly? root 10696 0.0 0.1 45240 3232 ? Ss 2012 0:00 nginx: master process /usr/local/nginx/sbin/nginx -c /usr/local/nginx/conf/nginx.conf www 14616 0.0 0.1 45240 3164 ? S 18:00 0:00 nginx: worker process root 10517 0.0 0.3 228960 7584 ? Ss

Cookies Converting from standard cookie format to LibCurl cookie jar format

Is there any convenient tool/code that converts the standard cookie string format, e.g., NAME1: VALUE1; NAME2: VALUE2 to the libCURL cookie jar format, e.g., TRUE / FALSE 946684799 NETSCAPE_ID 100103 LibCurl seems to have such functionality and how to access it, like using shell command?

Cookies Affiliate link tracking through Paypal

A company I help out have signed up to sell their magazine and newspaper products via an online affiliate. The affiliate link directs users to a payment page on the client site, but they are using paypal for payments which as you know takes you away from the site. I'd updated the paypal accounts to redirect back to the client site, where the affiliate tracking code sits, but I believe because we go off to paypal in the middle of the payment, no tracking is sent back. Essentially, I need Paypa

Cookies Setting ServiceStack Cookie Domain in Web.Config Causes Session Id to Change on Every Request

As per ServiceStack - Authentication for domain and subdomains, I set the cookie domain in the httpCookies section and it in fact works - it sets the domain of the cookie properly. But what I noticed is, once I add this line to the config, a new session id is generated on every request, regardless if the user has already been authenticated. My code is bare bones and simple. My app host code: public override void Configure(Funq.Container container) { Plugins.Add(new AuthFeature

Cookies Haproxy configuration with sticky `app set` cookie

I have a cookie setup by my app that represents a room. I want all users belonging to the same room to connect to the same server. With the classic cookie sticky scheme I do not want Haproxy to write a cookie for me or use the cookie value as the server name. There seems to be an other configuration possible where it uses a cookie pre set in the response and maps it a random (leastconn) server. The effect if that any subsequent connections with the same cookie will point to the same server. pe

Scrapy cookies not working when sending Proxy-Authorization header

I'm using proxy like this: request = Request(url="") in middleware: request.meta['proxy'] = "" user_pass = base64.encodestring('username:password') request.headers['Proxy-Authorization'] = 'Basic ' + user_pass And cookies like this: request = Request(url="", cookies={'preferences': 'ps=www2'}) When I using cookies and proxy separately all works fine, but when I'm trying to combine both cookies and proxy in one request: request = Request

Cookies Web legal compliance

I have a website where I don't ask to user any data, I don't create cookies and I have only AWStats available in the cPanel (preinstalled by the hosting mantainer). Do I still need to show any legal information (i.e. GDPR, privacy policy, cookie policy) or can I omit all things? Thanks

Cookies How to implement Consent Management using Google Tag Manager?

With the above implementation so many cookies are being written in the browser. Is there any free/custom way we can segregate the GTM script which can be responsible for only writing analytics cookies, marketing cookies and so on instead of so many cookies even when the user click on analytics option?Consent-Form Cookies-Being-Written-In-Browser

Cookies Can you access users' browsing history?

I came across the following paragraph. In the run-up to the 2012 presidential election, the Romney and Obama campaigns followed voters across the web by installing cookies on their computers and observing the websites they visited in an attempt to gather information on their personal views. CampaignGrid, a Republican affiliated firm, and Precision Network, a Democratic affiliated firm, both worked to collect data on 150 million American Internet users, or 80% of the registered voting populat

Cookies Can't decrypt cookie with a custom domain name

I'm using an Windows Azure Cloud Service and when I access to it using my domain name instead of [CLOUDSERVICENAME] I have problems with authentication cookies. I'm creating the cookies FormsAuthenticationTicket authTicket = new FormsAuthenticationTicket( 1, serializeModel.Username, DateTime.Now, DateTime.Now.AddMinutes(15), false, userData); stri

Cookies Cookie not being stored or used

I'm setting a cookie in a response from my web service. The set-cookie header is coming through, and I can see the cookie in the network tab in Chrome, but the cookie isn't being stored. It doesn't show up in the resources->cookies tab, and the cookie isn't sent with subsequent requests. Nothing shows up in the JS console. I've also tried leaving the domain field off the cookie, but it still isn't stored. Is there a way to debug the browser to understand why the cookie was rejected from bei

Cookies Does Data Protection API in ASP.NET Core prevent replay attacks?

I'm using the Cookie Middleware in ASP.NET Core for session cookies. The session cookie data is encrypted by the framework using the Data Protection API. Just wanted to understand in detail what the level of protection is from this process. These are my current assumptions: The cookie data cannot be viewed in transit or at rest in the browser and is tamper-proof The cookie data can be replayed if sniffed over HTTP The cookie data cannot be replayed if issued and sent only via HTTPS If any

Spring Security authentication cross-origin with cookies vs Authorization header

I am using Spring Security for authentication of my REST API. The authentication is working fine and Spring Security returns a token with Set-Cookie. The rememberMe feature is turned on and the same is returned in the cookie. When I make subsequent requests, the authentication fails unless I send the user name / password in the Authorization header, whereas when I test in postman it works. I see that it adds JSESSIONID in the cookie in the request. Since the cookie as Http-Only cookie, I do no

Do static websites store cookies?

I am developing a static website and I will deploy it using a hosting service. I am wondering whether the website will store cookies once deployed (perhaps set by the hosting service), and if and how I should ask users for permission since I have no backend but only frond-end html/css pages.

Cookies How to create an encrypted cookie that also has a flag/signature to determine possible tampering(PHP)?

I have been trying to figure out how to store some variables in a cookie in a way to make sure it is both encrypted and signed as to avoid tampering. But I do not know how to create an encryption, and heard it is not a good idea to create my own. I also have no idea how to create a signature. How exactly do you create a signature for a cookie? How should I go about creating my own encryption to hide the info I am storing in a cookie? Thank you.

Cookies a cookie that refuses to delete

I am having a problem with deleting cookies in classic ASP. Setting and retrieving the cookies is working wonderfully, without problems, on multiple domains. Deleting the cookies is not. The cookie that refuses to delete will time out and remove itself on the original timeout, but that is not an option. I've looked through the documentation, stack overflow, Stack Exchange (web applications) (some of the problems are similar and gave me some of the answers, but not the same), cookie central, and

yii cookies set httpOnly

In yii default option CHttpCookie->httpOnly installed in false as possible during the entire application configuration set by default httpOnly = true? P.S. Transfer options do not offer, do not want to go into third-party extensions.

Cookies Web storage options

I need to have some script on my webpage which enables viewers to identify what internal links they opened on previous visits. I have looked at cookies and web storage. First prize would be a box in which their previous link views were listed. Complete scripts tags and where they go to solve this will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

Where does Lynx store its cookies?

I was wondering where does lynx the text based web browser stores its cookies. Having a look at the manual there are options on how to enable cookies, etc. but couldn't find a way to have lynx delete the stored cookies. Therefore I might have to delete them manually but not sure where they are located!

Cookies Unable to save cookie with Laravel 5.4

Unable to store cookie with the following code in Laravel 5.4 $row = cookie('name', 'value', 52400); This one is also not working Cookie::queue(Cookie::make('name', 'value', 'minutes')); Can you please have a look into this,what can be the issue ?

Not letting user change cookies arbitrarily

I want to implement a site with little to no database. I want to store users' profiles and preferences and clearance levels in cookies instead of databases. I want to only store username and password in the database. The problem is that users can manipulate cookies at their will and gain unwanted privileges. How could I solve this security issue? I was thinking of a kind of nonce in cookies but I don't know the exact details.

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