Let me know if this is sounds familiar:
Two Product Manager’s eat lunch together
Bill- Hey Diane, how's ProductA going?
Diane- It’s crazy, we are completely swamped trying to support initiativeX and projectY. We have not had any time to deal with the tech debt that is mounting up.
Bill- projectY? I remember the CEO was hyped about that work 2 quarters ago, I didn’t realize it was still going on.
Diane- Yea, projectY is a big improvement for my product. It’s hard to rally other teams to help out. How is your team?
Bill- We just got the green…
Safari has released a new Intelligent Tracking Prevention(ITP) feature recently, “CNAME Cloaking Prevention”. This is to extend the behaviour of Safaris treatment of first party and third party cookies.
To first figure out what CNAME cloaking is, we need to understand what a CNAME is:
A Canonical Name record (abbreviated as CNAME record) is a type of resource record in the Domain Name System (DNS) that maps one domain name (an alias) to another (the canonical name). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CNAME_record
CNAME Cloaking is essentially any use of using CNAMES. For example, let’s say we wanted to create a site “crazyfrisbees.com”. Our friend…