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Posted on 2006-11-17
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I've been informed that:
cookies are like such:

VisitNumber  <-- cookie name
5                 <-- cooke value
localhost/     <-- domain/path that can access the cookie
1024            <-- cookie type
1522925568 <-- expire date/time
29894292     <-- expire date/time
1043531296 <-- modified date/time
29820999     <-- modified date/time
*  <-- end

cookie type:  im not really sure where these come from or what they mean other than if they were client created(javascript) vs server created(asp).  it also indicates whether the connection is secure by adding a value of one to the number.
client created:  1088, 1104, 1600
server created: 1024, 1536, 3584
a secure server created example would be 1024 + 1 = 1025

the expire and modified date and times are based on nano seconds.  the second field has a max number of 2^32 or 4,294,967,296 (i had to look that up).  the first field counts how many times the second field has maxed out.  so above, the expire second field has hit the max value 1,522,925,568 times.  
to start on the date we take that number and multiply by the max value:
1,522,925,568 * 4,294,967,296 = 6,540,915,508,802,224,128
then we add whats in the second field:
6,540,915,508,802,224,128 + 29,894,292 = 6,540,915,508,832,118,420
now you have the number of nanoseconds from january 1, 1601 12:00:00am (utc)



how can I get these values?
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Here's some basic info on Cookies in ASP:

* MSDN - Setting Cookies in ASP using Response.Cookies: http://tinyurl.com/y64j46
* MSDN - Retrieving Cookies in ASP using Request.Cookies: http://tinyurl.com/y5tjrn
* General Tutorial - http://www.earthskater.net/devzone/asp/aspcookies.asp


I'm fairly certain that your ability to access cookies -- via ASP/VBScript, anyway -- is extremely limited, probably for security reasons.  All you can really do once a cookie is set, is display the names and values stored inside the cookie.  I don't believe you can access all of those properties you described above.


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i thought that you might have been able to get to the expire date, but according to that msdn article, nope.  oh well, at least you know what the cookie files mean now. :)
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thank you both.   I do understand how to set/retrieve cookies....my question was how to get the other stuff....but I see from those articles that those other keys are write-only....
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