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I found this online (see below Kaltura) and it says there should be a fix on 1-23-22? Can anyone tell if its true will Firefox Mozilla fix this. ????? My problem is not with the Kaltura site, it is with my bank site specifically Popmoney within the banks site to send money to individuals. I have followed others in the community . I tried this: from jscher2000 (A) Revert the SameSite behavior to Firefox 95 behavior by setting network.cookie.sameSite.laxByDefault to false.....its not supported.. is it safe to keep this setting on forever????

https://kb.wisc.edu/helpdesk/news.php?id=12405 'Kaltura - Firefox 96.0 third party cookie errors for embedded content in Canvas Posted: 11:05:37, Thursday, Jan 13, 2022 Expiration: 11:05:37, Monday, Jan 24, 2022 Firefox 96.0 is giving third party cookie errors when viewing embedded Kaltura content within Canvas The most recent release of Firefox 96.0 gives a third party cookie error when viewing embedded Kaltura content within Canvas. Adding exceptions or turning off the tracking protection feature does not resolve the issue. The error appears when viewing Kaltura My Media, Kaltura Gallery and embedded videos. The vendor has acknowledged the issue and is currently planning to implement a fix on 01/23/22. Workaround - Please use Chrome to access Kaltura content within Canvas. -- Learn@UW-Madison: Andrew Reinke Created: 11:16:24, Thursday, Jan 13, 2022 (by Andrew R.) Updated: 11:16:24, Thursday, Jan 13, 2022 (by Andrew R.)'

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I would check back on the network.cookie.sameSite.laxByDefault question in two weeks. Effective today, Mozilla has issued a temporary rollback to that and one other sameSite preference changes, which combined with an earlier rollback, fully reverts the three sameSite cookie changes in Firefox 96. For now, those features should work like Firefox 95.

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Hi jscher2000 Thank you for responding, where do i find: network.cookie.sameSite.laxByDefault question? can you send me the link to it? Glad to hear they did the temporary rollback, but should I go back and change that setting to "True" now?

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leggettandassoc said

Hi jscher2000 Thank you for responding, where do i find: network.cookie.sameSite.laxByDefault question? can you send me the link to it? Glad to hear they did the temporary rollback, but should I go back and change that setting to "True" now?

I'm not sure which question you're referring to. Due to the rollback, false is the new default setting for now. No need to change it to true. We'll see what happens when Firefox 97 arrives.

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hi jscher2000 The question I was referring to is from your post above at 12:09pm see below:

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Today at 12:09 PM I would check back on the network.cookie.sameSite.laxByDefault question in two weeks. Effective today, Mozilla has issued a temporary rollback to that and one other sameSite preference changes, which combined with an earlier rollback, fully reverts the three sameSite cookie changes in Firefox 96. For now, those features should work like Firefox 95.

where you say :I would check back on the network.cookie.sameSite.laxByDefault question in two weeks' where do I find this in two weeks?

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Oh, sorry, come back to this thread in two weeks when Firefox 97 is released.

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