restoring cookies


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Igor Tandetnik

Denis @ TheOffice said:
Right now I am truncanating the user name@ and replace it by "http://"
Is there any cases where that should be "https://" if yes how would I
know?
By default, a cookie for a particular domain is sent to both HTTP and
HTTPS URLs in this domain. There exists a concept of secure cookie (one
that should only be sent over HTTPS): to set one, you append ";secure"
to the cookie data when calling InternetSetCookie. But I don't know how
to determine whether a particular cookie found in the cache is secure.
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With best wishes,
Igor Tandetnik

With sufficient thrust, pigs fly just fine. However, this is not
necessarily a good idea. It is hard to be sure where they are going to
land, and it could be dangerous sitting under them as they fly
overhead. -- RFC 1925
 
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Denis @ TheOffice

I am still having problem restoring Yahoo.com with personalization.

When I do:
Copy all files after log off, and recreate the user in another system restoring all files including index.dat.
It works.

When I try through those functions it does not restore properly.

I must be missing something?

Regards,
Denis
 
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Denis @ TheOffice

Is there an alternative to InternetSetCookie, it seems it does not work?

in my trial code I realize InternetSetCookie changed the data (don't know why).

Regards,
Denis
 
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Manjeet Dahiya

Hi,

I want to edit the expire time, domain and other properties of the cookie.

What function can be used?

Thanks in advance.

Best regards,
Manjeet Dahiya
 
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Igor Tandetnik

Manjeet Dahiya said:
I want to edit the expire time, domain and other properties of the
cookie.
What function can be used?
You can't edit a cookie; you can delete an old one and create a new one
with desired parameters. InternetGetCookie[Ex], InternetSetCookie[Ex]
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With best wishes,
Igor Tandetnik

With sufficient thrust, pigs fly just fine. However, this is not
necessarily a good idea. It is hard to be sure where they are going to
land, and it could be dangerous sitting under them as they fly
overhead. -- RFC 1925
 

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