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October 8th, 2002, 10:17 AM #1
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- January 18th, 2005
I'm trying to watch the CJ cookie being set on my machine, to make sure that I'm not being hijacked by any spyware apps, etc. I'm primarily looking at eBay.
I have a CJ link which goes to the qksrv.net machine. It then redirects to eBay's site. Which cookies should I be looking for?
I used a software program called Proximitron to capture the HTTP calls when I clicked on the link. There were 2 distinct cookies set when I clicked through:
QKINFO=fs6v-1u32o-dzx5-NA-30-3b26944-ef5d-393g1-dzx5-NA-30-t1c1cyrn-; expires=Sun, 07-Oct-2007 14:32:34 GMT; path=/
mojo1=11f1751/1f6286/2751/1f9257/1f6154/1f8400/2f3899/1f6452/5f5636/2f667/1f4701/1f6470/1f112/2f9075/1f4935/1f7906/3f4790/1f7801/3f8888/3f584/1899/1899/1f578/5f4076/4f6499/4f7434/17f8358/3f5108/1f8172/1f8411/1f8395/5f7364/1f7262/2f600/1f5760/3f6766/2f4497/1f7092/1f610/4f7322/1786/1f7450/11/7f6088/1f7504/3f5284/1899/14/4s/005012/69s/71151818010/60; expires=Mon, 22-Jun-2009 00:00:00 GMT; path=/; domain=.mediaplex.com;
How do I interpret these cookies, to make sure that I would get credit for having referred the visitor (me)? Is my PID encrypted? How do I know that the cookie is for 30 days (I'm guessing the "NA-30" encodes this somehow).
Is this something that people just take on faith? I'd love to be able to see if others are hijacking my cookies from the sites that I visit (in a non-obvious way, like an invisible IFRAME).
October 12th, 2002, 02:04 AM #2
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- January 17th, 2005
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