non-ascii cookie value get Bad request response
well yes i can remove spcified cookie in firefox for specified site or clear all cookie in IE, but this is not a way for end users
chance that your server or pages may have set such header:
1. software (that generate web pages) that didn't aware of this problem and you studdently lost all users once you have non-ascii cookie sent
2. same as above but 3rd party plugins for your software
3. cookie and session fixation that's not fixed
#1 Updated by gstrauss over 1 year ago
- Tracker changed from Bug to Feature
lighttpd does not currently perform strict validation on the headers returned by CGI, FastCGI, SCGI. Also, for that matter, lighttpd does not strictly validate the contents of headers set by modules.
Changing ticket to feature request. Personally, I do not think that this should be done in lighttpd, as it belongs in developer testing tools or in an IDS or application-level firewall.
#2 Updated by gstrauss over 1 year ago
- Status changed from New to Invalid
If I understand correctly what is being requested, I don't think that this belongs in the core.
If implemented as an optional module, I can see how this might be useful to those who want to scrub incoming request headers or outgoing response headers.
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