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Swapping IE Cookies? Is it possible?

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I want to make a program to swap out IE cookies then call them back later. Here's kinda what I want it to do:

- Login to a website

- Swap the cookie out

- Login again with a different Login

- Swap the cookie out again

- Login another time with a different login

- Call the first cookie back

- Have the program post a few times

- Call the second cookie

- Have it post a few more times under the second login

- Call the third cookie

- Have it post a few more times under the last login

I've already got the post sequence up, I just want to save some time by not making my program logout and login again, instead the cookies can just swap out.

So really I just want to know if it's possible to create a program to swap out cookies like that, and if so, what steps might I look into to do it.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks guys.


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I am not super duper at autoit but.. I would try DirMove ( "source dir", "dest dir" [, flag] )

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I was thinking that too. But when I manually tried moving IE cookies it really didn't do anything. Maybe I had the wrong directory or something. I dunno.


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Where are IE cookies stored? I will give it a go!

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In temporary folder, there're 4 (or more) folders, they containt the web files include cookies, look Tempoeary Looker in my sig, you'll see how to get that


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