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If the user has disabled the cookies then the ASP.NET framework uses the URL to keep track of session and authentication data. the unique session ID is then put in the urls and used to track the user session. If the web page contain links i.e. hrefs then the same session ID will also be associated with all the href links. This process in ASP.NET terminology known as cookie munging.
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