"Jens Rösner" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> Hi Hrvoje!
>> > retrieval, eventhough the cookie is there.  I think that is a
>> > correct behaviour for a secure server, isn't it?
>> Why would it be correct?  
> Sorry, I seem to have been misled by my own (limited) experience:
>>From the few secure sites I use, most will not let you 
> log in again after you closed and restarted your browser

That merely means that the cookie is marked non-permanent -- which is
probably the case here as well.  A site that banned reconnecting would
effectively ban all HTTP/1.0 browsers, which would probably be going
too far.

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