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Some 3rd party tracking cookies seem to still be allowed even with enhanced tracking protection set to "strict"

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Recently, we started using a tool called SalesLoft (https://salesloft.com). I got involved in helping test it. As part of that, I participated in a demo call where I became a test "sales lead" in Salesloft. A few days later, I accessed part of our website as part of my normal job, when our head of sales sent me a screenshot that had popped up in SalesLoft right then; telling them that I had accessed the site, and which particular URL.

I guess this means that our company website had stored a cookie on my laptop that made me trackable to Salesloft.

This to me, must mean that Firefox is allowing 3rd party (Salesloft) cookies on my machine when I access our company website, that allows Salesloft to know who I am and where I am on the internet.

What am I doing wrong here?

Recently, we started using a tool called SalesLoft (https://salesloft.com). I got involved in helping test it. As part of that, I participated in a demo call where I became a test "sales lead" in Salesloft. A few days later, I accessed part of our website as part of my normal job, when our head of sales sent me a screenshot that had popped up in SalesLoft right then; telling them that I had accessed the site, and which particular URL. I guess this means that our company website had stored a cookie on my laptop that made me trackable to Salesloft. This to me, must mean that Firefox is allowing 3rd party (Salesloft) cookies on my machine when I access our company website, that allows Salesloft to know who I am and where I am on the internet. What am I doing wrong here?

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