[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 202640] Tracking blocking breaks remembering login on editor.construct.net

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Tue Oct 15 08:45:24 PDT 2019


--- Comment #18 from Ashley Gullen <ashley at scirra.com> ---
Why doesn't the storage access API provide access to IndexedDB? Couldn't that be supported?

The purpose of using a cross-origin frame is to hide the storage from the main origin, where we have to run third-party scripts that shouldn't have access to the storage. I don't know what other options we have to persist a login token on the client, other than to weaken our security by allowing third-party scripts access to login tokens. So long as we can't identify a way it's possible to solve this, telling our users to disable "Prevent cross-site tracking" appears to be the only option we have.

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