Belt & Braces
I block cookies by default. If a website insists (and I actually find it worth bothering with). I don't follow any links, and close the browser when I've finished with that site.
In the wake of last week's cookie security warning, accomplished Polish penetration tester Dawid Czagan has dug up a separate issue with Apple's Safari. The bug Czagan has reported to Apple relates to its handling of the HTTPOnly flag, again leaving cookies open to attack. Internet Explorer too suffers from cookie domain …
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