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Firefox 96 mixed http/https content issues

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I manage a website that uses https for logging in or other sensitive data but uses http for non-sensitive data. Beginning with Firefox 96, users who login using https can navigate to any https page on the site using their logged in credentials, but do not have their login credentials when they navigate to http pages. It appears the cookies generated on https pages are not accessible from http pages using the latest version.

Is this a bug in Firefox 96 or a feature?

Bug or not, I understand the obvious advice would be to use https for the entire site. But our site uses a 3rd party app that does not work using https. The second obvious advice would be to get rid of or fix the app so we can use https for the entire site, which will have to happen at some point. But for the meantime, is there a setting in Firefox that will allow users to login to a mixed https/http site using Firefox 96 or are users going to have to use another browser?

I manage a website that uses https for logging in or other sensitive data but uses http for non-sensitive data. Beginning with Firefox 96, users who login using https can navigate to any https page on the site using their logged in credentials, but do not have their login credentials when they navigate to http pages. It appears the cookies generated on https pages are not accessible from http pages using the latest version. Is this a bug in Firefox 96 or a feature? Bug or not, I understand the obvious advice would be to use https for the entire site. But our site uses a 3rd party app that does not work using https. The second obvious advice would be to get rid of or fix the app so we can use https for the entire site, which will have to happen at some point. But for the meantime, is there a setting in Firefox that will allow users to login to a mixed https/http site using Firefox 96 or are users going to have to use another browser?

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Hi, there was an important change related to cookies and http/https in Firefox 96. See:

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Firefox/Releases/96#http

How quickly can you transition to 100% HTTPS?

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Выбранное решение

Hi, there was an important change related to cookies and http/https in Firefox 96. See:

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Firefox/Releases/96#http

How quickly can you transition to 100% HTTPS?

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Thank you for your response! This definitely explains what we're experiencing.

Transitioning will be a project with the 3rd party app so it will take some time. But I'll read over the literature you provided and see what I can do to fix the cookie issue.

Thanks again!