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Microsoft recently announced that the company has started testing SameSite cookies in Windows 10 for web browsers. The latest preview build released for Windows Insiders comes with SameSite cookies support. The SameSite cookies support for Windows 10 basically adds an additional layer of security to the operating system. Microsoft explains that SameSite cookies would protect users against cross-site request forgery (CSRF) attacks on Windows 10. Microsoft is bringing this feature to both Edge browser and Internet Explorer with the future updates. The SameSite cookies is apparently the best way to protect systems against cross-site timing and cross-site information-leakage attacks. “Historically, sites such as example.com that make “cross-origin” requests to other domains such as microsoft.com have generally caused the browser to send microsoft.com’s cookies as part of the request,” Microsoft said in a blog post. Interestingly, if you’re running an older version of Windows 10 operating system, Microsoft has got you covered as well. Microsoft will be rolling out the feature to the browsers soon and it will be backported to older versions of Windows 10... read more on our Forum