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after revving component space library to 2.1 the distributed SSO session store cookie ("saml-session") is being set HttpOnly, but not secure by default.  documentation suggests this is unexpected behaviour and am seeking potential solutions to send this cookie securely.


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Hi Robert
In later releases the cookie is marked as secure and HTTP only by default.
Please contact us to see if you qualify for a free upgrade.

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ComponentSpace - 2/19/2019
Hi Robert
In later releases the cookie is marked as secure and HTTP only by default.
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Many thanks for your reply - what release was this change made? - as per documentation (https://www.componentspace.com/Documentation/SAMLv20-Core/ComponentSpace%20SAML%20v2.0%20Developer%20Guide.pdf pg 26) this should be marked secure by default in the current version in use.
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This change was made in v2.2.0.
You'll find the release notes at:
https://www.componentspace.com/Forums/8402/Release-Notes



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ComponentSpace - 2/20/2019
This change was made in v2.2.0.
You'll find the release notes at:
https://www.componentspace.com/Forums/8402/Release-Notes


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You're welcome.

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