Author SilentGhost
Recipients SilentGhost, pitrou, sirkonst
Date 2019-06-14.09:14:30
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This was previously reported in #27828 and was introduced by #22796 in order to fix potential security issue. Not every attribute would cause the failure to parse, but only an unusual ones (that is normally occurring "reserved" httponly or secure attributes are handled just fine).

I'd propose that a more appropriate course of action would be to stop claiming compliance with RFC 2109 and instead refer to the RFC 6265 as its behaviour is being currently implemented.
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