The Interrelation between Cookies and Cybersecurity


  • Neville Benny Thakur Institute of Management Studies, Career Development & Research (TIMSCDR), Mumbai, India
  • Pratik Devendra Pandey Thakur Institute of Management Studies, Career Development & Research (TIMSCDR), Mumbai, India



Cookies, First party cookies, Third-party cookies


People nowadays, according to the 21st century, are said to live in the "digital era." It's the era of technological advancement. Because there are numerous items that were not around a few decades ago but are now. Third parties may access any description of any information that pertains to a secure and individual person. Information and data from the past, present, and future are more damaging than ever. This study sheds light on some crucial issues regarding cookies, privacy, and cyber security.
The websites you visit produce cookies, which are files. They facilitate your internet experience by preserving browsing data. Cookies enable websites to keep you logged in, remember your choices, and deliver information that is appropriate for your location. Two varieties of cookies exist: The website you visit places first-party cookies on your device. In the address bar, the website is shown. Cookies from third parties are produced by other websites. Some of the pictures or advertisements you see on websites you visit are the property of these sites. Rejecting third-party cookies is a wise decision. Your browsing history might be sold to outside parties if you don't object. It may also leave you vulnerable if your personal information is shared with third parties without your consent.




How to Cite

Benny, N. ., & Pandey, P. D. . (2023). The Interrelation between Cookies and Cybersecurity. Journal of Online Engineering Education, 14(1s), 46–51.