Difference between revisions of "Browser Origin Policy"

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==Cookies==
 
==Cookies==
 
* Cookies stored on the user browser space are the typical means of moving data from one website to another, typically using [[Cross-Origin iFrame]]s.
 
* Cookies stored on the user browser space are the typical means of moving data from one website to another, typically using [[Cross-Origin iFrame]]s.
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* Schemeful Same-Site overcomes a limitation on [https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-httpbis-rfc6265bis-05#section-8.8 SemeSite Cookie] Explainer https://github.com/sbingler/schemeful-same-site
 
* Origin-Bound Cookies Explainer https://github.com/sbingler/Origin-Bound-Cookies
 
* Origin-Bound Cookies Explainer https://github.com/sbingler/Origin-Bound-Cookies
 
** In 2022 over 95% of traffic is over HTTPS, which highlights some problems with cookies as they’re one of the few web platform components that do not respect the origin of their connection:
 
** In 2022 over 95% of traffic is over HTTPS, which highlights some problems with cookies as they’re one of the few web platform components that do not respect the origin of their connection:

Revision as of 16:14, 26 May 2022

Full Title or Meme

Browser Origin Policies are used to determine which data and control flows are allowed based on the URL of the page.

Context

  • Origin Policies were initiated to prevent tracking of users from one site to another.

Cookies

References