>>61682>did thing and took a look>oh wow it's fucking nothing
Not literally nothing but really basic shit like keeping the same password for file/post deletion so it doesn't have to be re-entered whenever you change page
Or in session storage seems to be able to temp store a in progress post so if the site fucks up you don't have to type your shit all over again, but it appears to be info stored locally rather then info sent to the server.
Pinging a few and doing a data prob but so far it's returning nothing which makes me think it isn't even accessible with admin access since it's stored locally and not sent.
The data that is sent through the cookie just seems to be referential data related to basic site functions.
Not stuff used for tracking. At least it doesn't look like any sort of tracking cookies I have analyzed before.
I guess if someone had admin access and was also a developer they could deduce a few things about a user if they were able to examine the data the cookies send, but it would be a really tedious and dumb way of doing it compared to the build in moderation tools already built in to the site framework that is mostly based around ISP number with some extra bits like time and such thrown in in on the back end.
(haven't used most of this shit since my collage days, yet somehow still mostly remember it, cool).
That said I ain't a web dev so this shit is super boring to me. I'm calling it a day.
To me it doesn't appear that they are using tracking cookies. >>61685
You don't have to reveal your info to provide proof if you had it. But you don't have proof and you know it.