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Asked On2019-08-02 06:50:18 by:Gaganpreet-Gandhi

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HTTP is a stateless protocol. That is, the server does not hold any information on previous requests sent by the client. Client-side cookies were introduced by Netscape to maintain state, by storing client-specific information on the client's machine and later retrieved to obtain the state information. Montulli, the creator of cookie from Netscape, chose the term "cookie" as "a cookie is a well-known computer science term that is used when describing an opaque piece of data held by an intermediary".  The term opaque here implies that the content is of interest and relevance only to the server and not the client.

A cookie is a small piece of information that a server sends to a browser and stored inside the browser.  The browser will automatically include the cookie in all its subsequent requests to the originating host of the cookie.  Take note that cookies are only sent back by the browser to their originating host and not any other hosts. In this way, the server can uniquely identify a client (or a browser).

Answerd on:2019-08-03 Answerd By:Ak

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