SameSite cookie prevents cross-site request forgery (CSRF) attacks by restricting the usage of third-party resources in web applications. Resource examples are the URLs in GET, POST, link, iframe, Ajax, image etc. If a URL is different than the actual web application’s URL, it means that it’s a third-party resource.Read More
Developers use SameSite cookie attribute to prevent CSRF (Cross-site Request Forgery) attacks. This attribute instructs browsers not to send cookies along with cross-site requests (Reference).
I needed to turn of SameSite cookie attribute for Safari as part of a fix to the issue mentioned here. A simple solution is below.Read More