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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I think you could do it as an HTTP Proxy. Cookies travel in the header so a proxy should be able to capture and add cookies at will.


    • How do the user-agents get access to them? Getting the cookies is not the hard part---finding them later is.

      The major problem is that a lot of browsers do it in memory. They read their cookies file, keep it in memory, do stuff, and rewrite it on exit. Once the browser starts up, it has all the cookies it is going to get from anything other than its own requests.