What is Cookie, it’s Phenomenon and it’s Private Residence Overview

Md. Abdullah Yusuf Imam, Mr. Prodip Kumar Biswas


Cookies by the language of Computer Science are used to hold data, specific to a particular remote client machine and the website which is visited and can be used either by the website or by the the remote client computer [3]. This helps the server to deliver a page related to a particular user, or the page itself can hold some scripts which is concerned of the data in the cookie and so is able to carry information of one user [2]. General users treated cookies as treaded of security of machine as the content of Cookies cannot be seen, but it has good criteria for the users.


Cookie; Cookies; Firefox; Mozilla; Website; Websites.

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