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Can AdSense crawler view pages that require cookies?

Details I require users to agree to terms and conditions before they can view several pages on my site. Once they have agreed a cookie is set and they can proceed to the webpage. If a user somehow ...
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Cookie being assigned on website

I am updating our privacy policy and was checking what cookies were being assigned to visitors from our website. I found one that I am unaware of. It is a Drupal 6 site and there is no module being ...
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How to handle pages that requires the use of session cookie?

I have a search page that uses session to track search criteria made by the user. A session cookie is created automatically when the page is launched. As bots do not use cookie, 1000s of sessions ...
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How can I set a secure flag on cookies generated from a Python application?

I have an application written in Python running behind Apache and SSL. I am not seeing a secure flag on my cookie: apache Server version: Apache/2.2.15 (Unix) I have added a configuration line to my ...
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Cookies Audit help [closed]

Someone can explain to me what is the purpose of these cookies? I'm doing a cookies audit and I didn't find anything on the web Domain: google.com(google maps), Name: NID Domain: google.com(google ...
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Google Analytics: 300% direct traffic increase - due to load balancing or tracking code change? [closed]

Last Wednesday we changed the domain name of the Analytics cookie used on our online retail site to be able to better track our outsourced on-site search. Following some discrepancies in the traffic ...
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How to use apache mod-rewrite to remove trailing semi-colon on cookie?

We have the following cookie set by a product: Set-Cookie: SSOCookie=T7ngsCmzC2FEq5p2a7o%3D; path=/; domain=.demo.com; We would like to use Apache to remove the trailing ; which doesn't match the ...
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Is it SEO-acceptable to do an automatic redirect based on accpept-language header value

We are launching a big international web site, that has local web sites on other domains. We are planning to configure the web site to behave in the following manner: Of a user with German (de) ...
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.htaccess - redirect if visitor is logged into google

I need a .htaccess redirect rule that redirects visitors to a url only if the visitor is logged into google. I was thinking of doing it by looking into cookies RewriteEngine On RewriteCond ...
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Workaround for Chrome not handling backward date change in Windows

I'm heavily making use of cookies for a website. Their expiry period is set to 1 day. My preferred test browser is Chrome 28, Windows 7. For a test, I need to change the date of my OS back to eg the ...
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How to Track Visitors Comming from Adwords and Disable form fields that is not on landing page

There is a lead form on my website where we track from which source visitors have arrived. I wanted to disable the drop down and auto populate it with predefined data if the visitor is from adwords. ...
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What are these cookies for: __switchTo5x, __unam, __qca?

I tested on my local Mac's (OS X 10.6.8) Apache. Just now, I did a print_r($_SERVER) from a PHP script, and it shows these three cookies. What is that all about? I didn't set them. Is this something ...
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Verify 2 cookies with mod_rewrite before serving images

I have the following mod_rewrite rule, which works fine in my Apache 2.x on CentOS 6 Linux machine, but is not complete: RewriteCond %{HTTP_COOKIE} !id RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} ...
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User identification via analytics solutions, any gotchas?

Currently we are using Google Analytics and provide a simple template generated privacy policy, i.e. standard policy on cookies, anonymous tracking etc Some more advanced solutions such as mixpanel ...
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Google Tag Manager Uses iframe, is this problematic for IE?

Internet Explorer has a non-standard P3P privacy policy implementation (what a surprise). This prevents cookies from being loaded in iframes. Google Tag Manager uses an iframe. Does this cause ...
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Apache server not able to read cookies from Browser

I have developed a login authentication page using cookies (with spring security) where for the first time, the user will need to get itself authenticated. Once the user gets successfully ...
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EU Cookie Law Clarification [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Google Analytics and the EU cookie directive. Who will fall foul of the law? Google or the developer? Does the EU cookie law apply to an EU site that is hosted outside of ...
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EU Cookiee Law - Should I be worried? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Google Analytics and the EU cookie directive. Who will fall foul of the law? Google or the developer? Given that the year-long "grace period" is up in a day or two, I'm ...