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Technologies > Site Elements > Cookies > Non-HttpOnly Cookies > by Client-side Languages

Usage of Non-HttpOnly Cookies broken down by client-side programming languages

This diagram shows the percentages of websites using Non-HttpOnly Cookies broken down by client-side programming languages. See technologies overview for explanations on the methodologies used in the surveys.

How to read the diagram:
Non-HttpOnly Cookies is used by 32.3% of all the websites.
Non-HttpOnly Cookies is used by 33.5% of all the websites that use JavaScript as client-side programming language.

Overall
32.3%
JavaScript
33.5%
Flash
40.7%
Silverlight
51.5%
W3Techs.com, 23 April 2019
Percentages of websites using Non-HttpOnly Cookies broken down by client-side programming languages

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Non-HttpOnly Cookies
Category: Site Elements
Non-HttpOnly cookies are used in the HTTP protocol and also in client side scripts, which may be a security threat.


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