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Ajax Storage: A Look at Flash Cookies and Internet Explorer Persistance

An Anonymous Employee Writes " Foundstone has an interesting write up on their site about Flash shared objects and other AJAX caching developments from a security angle. The Dojo JavaScript Framework already includes code to make use of this. These "cookies " can save larger amounts of data, can be accessed across domains, across web browsers, and are not cleared when you empty your browser cache. "

An interesting read if you've been tinkering with AJAX.

Article Link: http://www.foundstone.com/resources/whitepapers/AJAXStorageWhitepaper.pdf


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