I just installed Mozilla 0.9 on a WinNT 4 box to see if you fixed my problems with applets that use multiple JARs (see Bugzilla #52714). However I can't get into my system. Apparently, the session cookie that Tomcat tries to set isn't being allowed although I have 'accept all cookies' checked. Go to the given URL. In the applet created in the small window, type the user 'demo' and passwd 'demo'. Click logon. The server will attempt to set a session cookie. However, this fails and you get the login applet in the main window. This logon has worked with all versions of Mozilla from 0.6 thru 0.8.1 on Windows and Linux. It works with IE 5.5 Win.
I've been seeing some weirdness at http://mail.yahoo.com which made me suspect that mozilla wasn't handling cookies right. Namely that sometimes, after logging out (with the "sign out completely" link) I'd return to the main page (with the "return to yahoo mail" link) and get my inbox instead of a login screen. Shortly after that I started getting prompted for a password and not a user name. However, I haven't seen this yet on my current build (2001050910/Linux) so it may've been fixed shortly after 0.9. I'll comment here if I see it again.
Just saw the yahoo mail problem again but, from looking at the cookie manager, I'm inclined to believe that it's a cache issue rather than a cookie issue and, hence, unrelated to this bug (in other words, ignore my comments here and sorry about the spam).
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 79851 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
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