What are cookies?
A cookie is a piece of information that a website puts on a user’s computer. A cookie is a piece of data from a website that is stored within a web browser that the website can retrieve at a later time. Cookies are used to tell the server that users have returned to a particular website. When users return to a website, a cookie provides information and allows the site to display selected settings and targeted content.
Sometimes users need to access their accounts without the need to actually type their passwords.
If you buy fresh Facebook accounts, it’s important for you to have a list of cookies to use. Cause Facebook will ban you if you log in with a username and password. That’s why it becomes popular for cookies login.
I use MarketerBrowser to log in to Facebook with cookies, the format is JSON.
I can choose to add accounts and input cookies here:
Or Just import from a list:
When the user successfully logs in with accept cookies checked, a login cookie is issued in addition to the standard session management cookie. The login cookie contains the user’s username, a series identifier, and a token. The series and token are unguessable random numbers from a suitably large space. All three are stored together in a database table. So you can click start to quick start browsing.
You can start with MarketerBrowser Free version on the website.