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


  • Md. Abdullah Yusuf Imam Assistant Maintenance Engineer, Department Of ICT, National University, Gazipur-1704, Bangladesh
  • Mr. Prodip Kumar Biswas Sub-Technical Officer, Department Of ICT, National University, Gazipur-1704, Bangladesh


Cookie, Cookies, Firefox, Mozilla, Website, Websites.


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.


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How to Cite

Yusuf Imam, M. A., & Kumar Biswas, M. P. (2019). What is Cookie, it’s Phenomenon and it’s Private Residence Overview. International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR), 46(1), 188–194. Retrieved from https://gssrr.org/index.php/JournalOfBasicAndApplied/article/view/10025