these are some main points to check when do cookie testing:
1. Disabling cookies
2. Selectively rejecting cookies
3. Corrupting cookies
4. cookies encryption
There is some free and trial tools support for this kind of test. After installing, it display a sub-window in the left of the browser. You can see all the cookies values and you can select the alert option. After a cookies change, you will receive an alert.
may be a It's very simple question....but i want to know...
suppose...i'm freshly entering a website...>login with proper user id and password-> and navigate some pages and do some oprations -->now staying on a page...> delete the cookies..fromm internet options-> now want to back in the home page of that web site.
Awesoem article on cookie testing! That's for the referral Shebab.
Just one thing, it does dance around the subject but doesn't hit on it directly, and that is cookies in Firefox. Cookies are actually stored quite differently than with IE, so you'll want to hit both these browsers for sure. Also, if I remember correctly, it is more difficult to mess around with the firefox cookies or manipulate them, so for security item or to manipulate the cookies, I'd try first to do this on IE.
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