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7/24/2018 7:19 AM
 

Hello,

I a got a question regarding securing cookies for a specific portal within the web.config of the application.
I have a DNN installation running (8.0.4) with 3 portals. Now one portal is going to be a secured portal where an SSL certificate is going to be installed.

I want to add some extra security to the cookies. By adding the following security fixes: 

- SameSite cookie attribuut
- Secure cookie flag

We can add these cookie fixes within the web.config via: httpCookies requireSSL="true" and rewrite rules for the SameSite cookies attribute. Now here comes the problem. If I set those values within the web.config the portal that listens to HTTPS will work but my other portals (which are not https) will shutdown. Due to the fact that these settings only targeting https protocal. 

Is there a solution so that I can make sure that these settings only target a specific portal? Or are there any other solutions to make this work?

 

 

 
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