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What is Cookie Hijacking


Published on 04/23/2024 – Last Updated on 04/24/2024 by OTC

Cookie hijacking involves unauthorized access to cookies, which are small pieces of data stored on your browser by websites you visit. Cookies often contain sensitive information, including session tokens that authenticate users to a web application. By hijacking these cookies, attackers can impersonate users and gain unauthorized access to private accounts and sensitive data.

Given the potential risks associated with these attacks, itโ€™s important to understand what cookie hijacking is, how it occurs, and the steps you can take to protect yourself and your website against it.

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