Cookie Tampering

Cookies are files on a user's computer which allow a web application to store information that is subsequently used to identify returning users. Actions by a user or user-specific settings for an application are also stored in cookies. Cookie tampering can be used for attacks such as session hijacking, where cookies with session identification information are stolen or modified by an attacker.

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