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kevinstanfield
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HTTPS Session Cookie Secure Attribute Not Set

Hi,

We recently received the results of a penetration test in respect of access to QlikView 12 via IIS and received the above feedback and following advisory action. "Set the secure flag on cookies sent over secured connections".

Could you advise how to do this in the QlikView

If you require further information please let me know.

Thanks

Kevin

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kevinstanfield
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Re: HTTPS Session Cookie Secure Attribute Not Set

I think I've answered my own question with the following article in the Qlik support area.

https://qliksupport.force.com/articles/000016599