[clug-progsig] Cookie monster eating my cookies?
nick at customdesigns.ca
Wed Oct 11 12:53:08 PDT 2006
On Wednesday 11 October 2006 1:47 pm, Shawn wrote:
> Nick Wiltshire wrote:
> > Thanks guys,
> > the cookie isn't set until after some POST data is sent, what should that
> > look like? Also, I installed the LiveHTTPHeaders plugin -- the cookie is
> > there in FF, but I'd like to see it in telnet to be sure.
> If the cookie is not set until after post data is sent, then you are
> dealing with another page. You need to change your GET line in the
> telnet part to POST, and use the actual target page. I don't recall off
> the top of my head how to send post data, but I'm sure it is just
> name=value pairs... You'll have to look that up though. (the page you
> should be requesting is the action page for your form...)
> Also, you might be dealing with a server-side cookie - one that doesn't
> go to the browsers. I don't think this is the case though cuz you say
> FF is getting a cookie.
I figured it out and...drumroll....
Set-Cookie: pseudosess=5d089ff8b01b95b6df0defc08c9cb9d5; expires=Wed,
11-Oct-2006 19:34:06 GMT; path=/
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