On Sun, 28 Apr 2002, Joseph Smith wrote:
> Assuming I've got a cookie called "loggedin" defined as "12345"
> In 4.2.0 on Win32, my cookies are preloaded so when I do
> if (isset($loggedin))
>    echo $loggedin
> It checks to see if there is a variable named $loggedin that was
> created by autoloading of cookies, then it prints "12345"
> On linux, this does not happen. In fact, there appears to be no
> autoloading of variables.
> Is this intentional or is there a configuration setting I'm missing?

Yes, your Windows PHP server is configured insecurely (register_globals 
is on). 

Try isset($_COOKIE['loggedin'])


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