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We are one of the software providers effected by this and we've been conducting work to resolve it on our side.
Please forgive my ignorance but I cant seem to find any reference for M96 - is there a timeline for that ? Closest ive found is - https://www.chromestatus.com/features/schedule which states 93 is 77 days away. So we have at least that time frame to address this ?
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On 28 Jul 2021, at 17:53, Carlos Joan Rafael Ibarra Lopez <carl...@google.com> wrote:
Technically those are two different domains, even though they are likely controlled by the same party. There are ways to "join" different domains (like setting the document.domain property), or identify which second level domains have only one controller and which has more, but they are unreliable and are being phased out.
You are right that this is a common setup in enterprises and that has to be considered when discussing how possibly malicious cross-origin alerts and prompts can be prevented.
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I'm not in that engineering team but as far as I understand, the change was done through the Finch system, which is settings your Chrome client will regularly download from Google server. That might not happen immediately which could possibly explain what you see. But maybe the team can follow up with more information.
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