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Thread: How cookies are used to track a session?

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    Default How cookies are used to track a session?

    Using cookies is the simplest and easiest way to track a session. A unique session id (stored in the form of cookie) is sent by the server to the client as a part of the response and the same session id saved with the client is sent to the server as a part of the request which helps the server to recognize the unique client session.


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    Default Re: How cookies are used to track a session?

    Do you have a question? Seems you've simply lifted some text from a textbook (I am pretty sure in the author and publisher's mind, this is pure copyright infringement). If you have an actual question, please post it. Thread locked and all your other threads have been removed as they consist of a similar tone.

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