What all Developers need to know about: Cookie Security

Posted by Martijn van Lambalgen on February 13, 2018

— This post is part of a series of blog posts about all kinds of Security topics for Developers —

Cookies are small packets of data which a server can send to your browser to store some configuration or personal data. The browser automatically sends them along with all requests to that same server. The contents are usually very interesting to hackers, so it’s important to know how to secure these cookies. Fortunately there are a lot of things you can do to improve cookie security. So… what do you need to know?

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About the author: Martijn van Lambalgen

Software engineer at TOPdesk interested in Software Architecture, Continuous Delivery and Web Security. Also wine drinker, good food lover, amateur baker and pleasure-seeker in general

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