Tagged Questions

The tag has no wiki summary.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

0
votes
0answers
13 views

Set cookie domain and cookiless subdomain

Sounds simple, but I'm having problems with it. I tried the suggestions in many articles, but it doesn't work for me. I've created a subdomain, static.example.com, to serve my static files from it. ...
0
votes
0answers
16 views

Varnish not caching because of language cookie, how to correct behaviour?

I am using Varnish 4 + Pagespeed on Nginx successfully, but varnish is not hitting the cache because the site always pushes a language cookie, disregarding if user is authenticated or not. That ...
0
votes
0answers
28 views

Store token in session to access API

I have an auth server which can give an app an access token. This app can access an API using this token. The API has to validate the token with the auth server on each request. To do so the API ...
0
votes
1answer
143 views

Setting up Nginx — redirecting requests to a auth server and getting redirected back to serve the request

Any incoming request on (x.x.x.x.x)--> redirect to x.x.x.x.auth.domain.edu -- > that authenticates a user and redirects back to x.x.x.x server. (With a cookie set, In my case it is EZproxy server ...
1
vote
1answer
782 views

IIS not sending ASP.Net cookies to IE10 (and only to IE10)

I have IIS 7.5 server running ASP.Net application, which for some reason doesn't send ASP.Net authentication cookies to IE10. This happens only when request comes in from IE10 browser and only over ...
0
votes
1answer
380 views

htaccess redirect based on cookies

I need a welcome page for new visits. If a user don0t have the cookie stored, he will be redirected to welcome page. If the cookie is stored, nothing happens. Header set Set-Cookie "visited=true" ...
1
vote
2answers
51 views

Multiple A record and session/cookie

For example I setup multiple a record for a domain abc.com 115.11.22.33 115.11.22.34 115.11.22.35 Is it true that if one browser successfully establishes a connection to one of the ip's, ...
0
votes
1answer
150 views

secure cookies when https is done on balancer, but balancer->appserver is http

We're trying to maintain PCI compliance for our application and after an audit, the report was telling us that we need to set the secure flag on our cookies. The site is HTTPS (using pound for https ...
-1
votes
1answer
85 views

WebSphere and updating cookie information

After updating cookie information (name and path) on all my Application Servers in WebSphere and recycling the cluster, the application stopped working correctly and wouldn't allow people to log in. ...
0
votes
1answer
2k views

Remove cookies by cookie name in nginx reverse proxy

I am fairly new to nginx and I am trying to set it up as a reverse proxy server. So far I have apache working as a backend server on 8080 and nginx on port 80. My website uses a lot of cookies which ...
2
votes
0answers
451 views

Changing a set-cookie header using mod_rewrite/mod_proxy

I have a bunch of cgi scripts, which are served using HTTPS. They can only be reached on the intranet, not from the outside. They set a cookie with the attribute 'Secure', so that it can only be send ...
3
votes
1answer
669 views

How to not redirect when cookie is set in haproxy?

On my site I redirect users with mobile devices to a mobile site using my Haproxy loadbalancer. I got some complaints about that and want to offer the users a link back to the "classic" portal. As not ...
-1
votes
2answers
3k views

Cookie not send in IE, when used in an IFrame from another domain

IE 8 and 9 does not send the cookie on the next request. It works in Chrome 14 and FF 6. In my case I've got an ASP.NET 3.5 web app running that uses cookies for authentication. If the cookie is not ...
1
vote
3answers
492 views

Carrying cookies across redirects when using Apache as a reverse proxy

I'm attempting to setup a reverse proxy using Apache on my local machine, I have the following in my httpd.conf: ProxyPass /app http://x.com ProxyPassReverse /app http://x.com Everything works ...
1
vote
1answer
2k views

Nagios + check_http with header data

With cURL, I can successfully log into the website I want have Nagios test by passing --cookies. Something like this: curl --cookie "user=4reqrerqwr;userlogin=123adsfjlk324" ...
1
vote
1answer
95 views

trac: keep trac_auth cookie after web browser closes

Is there a way to set how long the trac_auth cookie should live, so that I may stay logged in even after closing the web browser? From what I can see now, it is set to be deleted at browser exit. I ...
6
votes
4answers
9k views

Controlling Nginx proxy target using a cookie?

I'm trying to convert a reverse proxy using an interesting Apache mod_rewrite setup to use Nginx instead (due to external concerns we are moving from Apache to Nginx, and most everything works fine ...
1
vote
1answer
239 views

How to enable/disable mod_deflate based on a cookie?

I would like to enable mod_deflate based on the presence and value of a certain cookie. I know it’s possible to do cookie manipulation and tests with mod_rewrite, but I’m not sure how to do that kind ...
2
votes
1answer
602 views

In an IIS Log what does “…” mean in a “cs(Cookie)” column?

I've checked MSDN, and the W3C format, but nothing seems to explain what causes IIS to output "..." in the "cs(Cookie)" column. My assumption is that the cookie is "too big", but I'd like to know for ...
1
vote
2answers
590 views

Curl receives expired cookies

Why does curl receive an expired cookie? In a response to some url the server is sending a 302 Found response and a cookie. In Firefox this cookie gets set seamlessly. Firebug says: Set-Cookie ...
9
votes
2answers
5k views

What is a cookie-free domain?

What is a cookie-free domain? I've seen these words many times but I never understood what it is.