Only if you program for them to have a max expire date.AliasM2K wrote:May be, but due to privacy problems, most browsers clear cookies after certain period of time. Hence cookies ARE NOT fool proof!A_Jelly_Doughnut wrote:Cookies can be set to expire an arbitrary amount of time into the future. Say, six years. As long as the user visits your site in the next six years, the cookie data is never lost.
Firefox, by default, trusts the server. If you tell the user's browser to save the cookie for 5 years, it will save it for 5 years unless you changed it in its settings so that it would not do it.
Chrome seems to work the same way.
IE sounded also the same way.
What's your point?