The writeSecureCookies variable allows AppMeasurement to set Secure cookies for Analytics. This setting applies to both visitor ID cookies set by AppMeasurement, and cookies you set using the Util.CookieWrite() method. It requires AppMeasurement 2.18.0 or higher.

writeSecureCookies applies only to cookies set by AppMeasurement JavaScript (s_fid, s_cc and s_sq). Cookies set by https response (s_vi and s_ecid) can be set to ‘secure’ by contacting Adobe Customer Care.

Learn more about Analytics cookies here.

If you enable the writeSecureCookies variable, make sure that all content on your site is served securely over HTTPS. Data collection does not work properly if this variable is enabled and you have insecure content on your page.

Use secure cookies with the Web SDK

If your site uses HTTPS protocol, the Secure attribute is set for all cookies that the Web SDK sets.

Write Secure Cookies using the Adobe Analytics extension

Write secure cookies is a checkbox under the Cookies accordion when configuring the Adobe Analytics extension.

  1. Log in to Adobe Experience Platform Data Collection using your AdobeID credentials.
  2. Click the desired tag property.
  3. Go to the Extensions tab, then click the Configure button under Adobe Analytics.
  4. Expand the Cookies accordion, which reveals the Write secure cookies checkbox.

s.writeSecureCookies in AppMeasurement and the Analytics extension custom code editor

The s.writeSecureCookies variable is a boolean that determines if AppMeasurement sets the Secure attribute when creating a cookie. Its default value is false. Set this variable to true if all content on your site is secure and you would like cookies set by AppMeasurement to have the Secure attribute.

s.writeSecureCookies = true;