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2answers
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Is it possible to steal a non secure Cookie when the Web Server (IIS) only allows Https?

Is it possible to steal a non secure Cookie (Secure Flag is false) when the Web Server (IIS) only allows Https?
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1answer
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cookie issue with same domain same path but different port

I have two web app running on same host on same path but on different port http://somedomain.com/ and https://somedomain.com/ now when I visit first app it serves the cookie say with name abc, and ...
3
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2answers
377 views

Security concerns about my webapp

I read though OWASP very carefully, but I am not sure about some parts of my website. I am using jbcrypt on my website. It stores the salt in the hash itself something like this hash+salt. I read ...
1
vote
3answers
433 views

Is this approach of securing cookie secure?

I could not find writeups about secure cookies so I have done some thinking. (I already have a "secure" password database with bcrypt and salt) Steps: User logs in Save user IP + randomstring in ...
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votes
4answers
22k views

Why is passing the session id as url parameter insecure?

I recently followed a discussion, where one person was stating that passing the session id as url parameter is insecure and that cookies should be used instead. The other person said the opposite and ...
2
votes
1answer
347 views

How does IE's Privacy options affect javascript's ability to save cookies?

I'm looking at IE's privacy options screen and am trying to figure out how it breaks javascript, workarounds to that, and how I can gracefully degrade my user experience. Is there a guide that ...