Re: HELP! Cookie Problems

From: Ice World <>
Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 11:22:29 GMT


We are not using any header filters - I have checked this.
Without using squid the connection is fine and access is granted, when using
squid and a username/password is entered it responds..

"It appears that you are not accepting our session cookie!
The session cookie is a dynamic cookie that gets removed automatically by
your browser once you shut it down (or after 30 minutes of inactivity). Note
you will keep getting this message until the session cookie is accepted.


>From: Henrik Nordstrom <>
>To: Ice World <>
>Subject: Re: HELP! Cookie Problems
>Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 13:07:03 +0200
>Ice World wrote:
> > What can we do to solve this problem? So many sites are simply denying
> > access now because of this
>Perhaps you are filtering them out by using the anonymization features
>of Squid? (not enabled by default, see anonymize_headers in squid.conf).
>If not then give one example of a site where you experience cookie
>Henrik Nordstrom
>Squid hacker

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