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Purpose

AspNet.ApplicationCookie

Cookie that contains encrypted and signed claims about the user

ASPXAUTH

Cookie to identify if the user is authenticated

ASP.Net_SessionId 

Cookie which is used to identify the users session on the server. The session being an area on the server which can be used to store data in between http requests

__RequestVerificationToken

Used by the ASP.NET anti-forgery system to prevent CSRF attacks on form submissions

adxPreviewUnpublishedEntities

Created by the Adxstudio Portals Content Management System (CMS) to control whether a CMS author is in Preview mode, viewing Draft content. This only applies to portal authors/administrators

 

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