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blocked 3rd party cookies

I use Kaltura to record lectures and post them to my course at the U of Utah on Canvas. This semester, Firefox will not allow me to open "my media" where the Kaltura reco… (read more)

I use Kaltura to record lectures and post them to my course at the U of Utah on Canvas. This semester, Firefox will not allow me to open "my media" where the Kaltura recordings are posted on Canvas. I get the following message: It seems your browser is blocking 3rd party session cookies which are required for the Kaltura application. To resolve this issue, please update your settings to allow 3rd party cookies.

I copied the Kaltura web address 670542.kaf.kaltura.com that I can see in Chrome and pasted it into a Chrome browser and it goes to my recordings in Canvas when I use Chrome. The same site doesn't work in Firefox. How do I unblock Kaltura third party sessions? Thank you.

Bob McKnight U of Utah Instructor

Asked by robert.mcknight 1 week ago

Last reply by debbiegaydos 3 days ago

How to Enable 3rd party cookies for Kaltura Media Application in Firefox Nightly 94.0a1

I am unable to enable 3rd party session cookies, which are required for the Kaltura application, in D2L Brightspace for online education courses in Firefox Nightly 94.0a1… (read more)

I am unable to enable 3rd party session cookies, which are required for the Kaltura application, in D2L Brightspace for online education courses in Firefox Nightly 94.0a1.

I have tried Kaltura application specific, and my educational institution specific troubleshooting with no change. I have tried changing settings in Firefox Nightly's Privacy and Security Enhanced Tracking Protections and by Managing Exceptions in Cookies and Site Data with no changes.

On the webpage of my course material there is a message that reads: "It seems your browser is blocking 3rd party session cookies which are required for the Kaltura application. To resolve this issue, please update your settings to allow 3rd party cookies." under Course Tour Video

I have further troubleshot this issue by managing the same exceptions in Google Chrome where the content is working. I have retrieved the relevant content URLs from the Google Chrome browser Kaltura video and cookie info and used them in Firefox Nightly to allow all appropriate exceptions with no changes.

After all troubleshooting, I have took the step of clearing Cookies, Site Data, History and restarting Firefox Nightly with no changes on the course page and met with the same error message.

How can I resolve this, because I would like to use Firefox Nightly as my preferred browser for my course work?

Asked by Keith Ferrera 4 months ago

Last reply by cor-el 2 days ago

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how do I allow permanent cookies for a website

A games site that I like requires an activation code to get in, but after a certain number of uses of the activation code, the code becomes invalid and I can't get in. T… (read more)

A games site that I like requires an activation code to get in, but after a certain number of uses of the activation code, the code becomes invalid and I can't get in. The site uses permanent cookies to get past the activation code requirement (a bookmark won't do it). How do I allow permanent cookies for this one particular site? I don't want to disable tracking on any other site, just this one. Thanks! Kathy

Asked by kbunyar 1 year ago

Last reply by jscher2000 1 year ago

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logged in websites are not remaining logged in, must re-log in every few hours

hi all i'm having a problem with firefox browser, its not keeping my website logged in. This does not occur after i close my browser but after a few hours of log in, eve… (read more)

hi all i'm having a problem with firefox browser, its not keeping my website logged in. This does not occur after i close my browser but after a few hours of log in, even if i leave the browser opened and come again back later.

I've been using firefox for ages now and never really had this issue. It has only starting happening only recently, since early this week or last week the most.

I've also manually cleared all cookies/log in etc and updated firefox to the latest version maybe it helps, but nothing changed.

Please note that I do not clear history/active log in etc neither it is set up to do it automatically when i close browser also i do not have any 3rd party apps that forbid cookies. I had a firefox addon before but disabled it maybe it was interfering, but it still didnt resolve the problem.

any help much appreciated as it is getting quite irritating. Thanks in advance Lee

Asked by JC 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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When will network.cookie.sameSite.schemeful be set to true by default?

Hi there, I've been trying without much luck to find out when or in what Firefox version, the config setting network.cookie.sameSite.schemeful will be set to 'true' by de… (read more)

Hi there,

I've been trying without much luck to find out when or in what Firefox version, the config setting network.cookie.sameSite.schemeful will be set to 'true' by default?

Can anyone point me in the direction of where this information is or let me know the answer if they already know it?

And I'll apologise in advance if this is in an obvious spot that I've just stupidly missed.

Thanks! Simon

Asked by sholland39 10 months ago

Last reply by cor-el 10 months ago

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How to disable cookies for a specific website?

I want to disable cookies for certain website. For example allowing cookies from google and disabling cookies from quora. I don't want to disable cookies from all website… (read more)

I want to disable cookies for certain website. For example allowing cookies from google and disabling cookies from quora. I don't want to disable cookies from all websites.

Asked by abcdzxy 7 months ago

Last reply by orange 7 months ago

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"Accept Cookies" banner on websites

I have cookies-blocking enabled through Firefox. Often, when I go to websites, I'll see banners that indicate the sites use cookies and that say by clicking anywhere on p… (read more)

I have cookies-blocking enabled through Firefox. Often, when I go to websites, I'll see banners that indicate the sites use cookies and that say by clicking anywhere on page, I am agreeing to the use of cookies. When I click on the page and keep looking at it, does the page indeed apply cookies to my computer/my work or do my Firefox settings prevent this from happening?

Asked by heger.kyle 1 year ago

Last reply by jscher2000 1 year ago

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Firefox cuts off forum and wordpress posts on most websites

first i was thinking that this is only a Firefox addon issue (CookieMaster), but it might actually happen with other browsers too... although maybe it's still related to … (read more)

first i was thinking that this is only a Firefox addon issue (CookieMaster), but it might actually happen with other browsers too... although maybe it's still related to cookies only?

when i do some posting on some random forums, it always totally randomly cuts off half of the posts and even adds totally random phrases from the same post into totally random places, so the post gets either cut off or really hard to even understand because all of the text scrambling in it...

and that's not even all - now i edited some old wordpress post and then noticed that it has done the same exact word scrambling in it... so it's really hard to understand what is being said in 1 sentence again...

so why is it happening and how can i fix it?

(Opera and Chrome browser don't even allow to log in or do some other editing stuff in wordpress lol)

Asked by screenshot 1 year ago

Last reply by jscher2000 1 year ago

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I am getting a redirect error that it says is connected to cookies

I am completely unable to view the web page for tumblr when I sign in, getting this error: "The page isn’t redirecting properly An error occurred during a connection to w… (read more)

I am completely unable to view the web page for tumblr when I sign in, getting this error: "The page isn’t redirecting properly

An error occurred during a connection to www.tumblr.com.

   This problem can sometimes be caused by disabling or refusing to accept cookies."

I have cleared the cache, deleted cookies, cleared the site history, checked cookie permissions, and updated firefox and the error is still happening. Help!

Asked by sheinkopfb 1 year ago

Last reply by RobertJ 1 year ago

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What is firefox's cookie limit and how does it handle corrupt cookies store

I've been digging into an issue about the "A web page is slowing down your browser," and it seems that the most frequent explanation for this is corrupt cookies/cache. Ho… (read more)

I've been digging into an issue about the "A web page is slowing down your browser," and it seems that the most frequent explanation for this is corrupt cookies/cache. However, the issue wasn't repeatable on my site. After some digging, I found that its possible for a corrupt `cookies.sqlite` if the max file size has been reached and a suggestion that FF automatically resets this `cookies.sqlite` store when this happens.

I suspect that this issue happened when the user maxed out their cookies, causing a corrupt `cookies.sqlite` file. Then, when they restarted FF, their store had been cleared and they had no problems.

However, I cannot find any documentation about FF behavior when in handling corrupt cookies or resetting the `cookies.sqlite` file. I'm looking for some concrete answers. What is FF's cookie store limit, and what is its behavior (if any) when the store is maxed?

Worth mentioning, this was FF on Linux. I don't know the specs beyond that.

Asked by jmcgoffin 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago