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"Cookies" Please respond to the following:

Question Description

Cookies are small pieces of data that store information about a user’s Website visit. Describe the differences between temporary and persistent cookies, and outline three limitations of using cookies.

Final Answer

Persistent cookies are stored in a text file on the clients computer.

Temporary cookies are stored in RAM on the client and are destroyed when the browser is closed.

Three limitations of using cookies:

1. Since they are stored on the client side in plain text, they are not secure. 
2. Number of cookies that can be stored and their size is limited. 
3. Some people might just disable cookies on their browsers.

Please choose as best answer.

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