Authentication - Cross Origin Authentication


When the authorization_endpoint is not from the same origin, this is a cross-origin' authentication.



A redirect to the endpoint where the authentication happens there.

Credential send on the network

The user's credentials are sent to the cross-domain on the network

The cross-origin authentication flow makes use of third-party cookies. The use of third-party cookies allows backend to perform the necessary checks to allow for secure authentication transactions across different origins. This helps to prevent phishing when creating a Single Sign-on experience.

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