By: Niraj in Error Tutorials on 2023-03-29
SameSite attribute can be used to indicate whether to send a cookie in a cross-site request. The
SameSite attribute is used to control how cookies are sent with cross-site requests, and it can have one of three values:
SameSite=Lax: Cookies will be sent with cross-site requests only if they originate from a top-level navigation. This is the default behavior if the
SameSiteattribute is not specified.
SameSite=Strict: Cookies will only be sent with same-site requests.
SameSite=None: Cookies will be sent with both same-site and cross-site requests.
To indicate whether to send a cookie in a cross-site request, you can set the
SameSite attribute to either
Lax, depending on your use case. If you need the cookie to be sent with cross-site requests, you can set the
SameSite attribute to
None. If you want to restrict the cookie to same-site requests only, you can set the
SameSite attribute to
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