HttpOnly Not Set


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The application uses a cookie that is set without the HttpOnly flag. The HttpOnly flag is a browser-based standard introduced by Microsoft in 2002 that instructs browsers to prevent client-side scripts from accessing cookies. HttpOnly, which is accepted by all modern browsers, was officially defined in RFC 6265, the modern day standard for state management. Without the HttpOnly flag, a cookie may be vulnerable to exposure through cross-site scripting attacks. 

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