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How to detect cookieBehavior=5 (dFPi)?

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Hello.

Our site has SSO authorization with 2 different domains.

To sync cookies there are 2 ways:

1 - Some kind of iframe hack, to make it hidden for users. 2 - If browser blocks thrid-party cookies (ex. Safari), we can move cookie sync to redirect flow (redirect to auth domain, then to subdomain and so on).

But then, cookie is under dFPI policy(cookieBehavior=5) - it's unclear, are cookies blocked or not.


So we have a bug, at 1 process of cookies sync (iframe) and authorizion is just dropped, every time as cookies sync.


If we had a chance to detect dFPI behavior of FireFox, we would move users to redirect flow.

Is there a way to detect cookieBehavior=5 (dFPi)?

Hello. Our site has SSO authorization with 2 different domains. '''To sync cookies there are 2 ways:''' 1 - Some kind of iframe hack, to make it hidden for users. 2 - If browser blocks thrid-party cookies (ex. Safari), we can move cookie sync to redirect flow (redirect to auth domain, then to subdomain and so on). But then, cookie is under dFPI policy(cookieBehavior=5) - it's unclear, are cookies blocked or not. So we have a bug, at 1 process of cookies sync (iframe) and authorizion is just dropped, every time as cookies sync. If we had a chance to detect dFPI behavior of FireFox, we would move users to redirect flow. Is there a way to detect cookieBehavior=5 (dFPi)?

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Try to ask advice at a web development oriented forum.

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