In my Chrome cookie exceptions I have a lot of https:// entries. Some have a trailing :443, some others don't.

As 443 is the default HTTPS port, is it required in the exception? Would https://example.com differ from https://example.com:443?


When using HTTPS, Port 443 is implied. You can see this by attempting to visit a site such as https://www.google.com:443 - the 443 will be removed by Google Chrome. As such, you shouldn't require it when specifying exceptions unless it runs on a different port.

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