enter image description hereIn Drupal 8.5.X I see that the session cookie is only HTTPOnly and not secure. Any idea how to enforce the session cookie to be always secured?

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The HTTP flag is being set by your browser as you're accessing Drupal over HTTP (and thus vulnerable to cookie hijacking). Drupal creates 2 different cookies (an unsecure HTTP one, and a secure HTTPS one) depending on what protocol it detects.

If you want only secure sessions, force HTTPS at the web server or application level (depending on your stack configuration).

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