Right, but in my example HTML line

<img nocache border=0 width=2 height=1

isnt it refering and setting cookie for  www.cookiedomain.com
even if this HTML file is on another domain?


"Richard Davey" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Hello Maris,
> Thursday, December 4, 2003, 10:40:33 AM, you wrote:
> MK> Could you share with your experience and point out where
> MK> is the problem here. I tried different variations for
> MK> domain parameter in setcookie command but it didnt help
> It's a security mechanism built into cookies. They cannot be
> cross-domain. They can cross sub-domains (i.e. *.launchcode.co.uk) but
> a cookie set for one domain cannot be read by another. Think of the
> anarchy that would happen if they could (being able to read and mess
> with say Hotmail cookies from your own site for example).
> -- 
> Best regards,
>  Richard                            mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]

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