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Which Third-Party cookies do I need to Allow?

I am not interested in accepting ALL third-party cookies as Atlassian is specifying in the troubleshooting guide.
(https://confluence.atlassian.com/cloud/troubleshoot-atlassian-account-938856825.html)
I want a good list that I can add as exceptions to Firefox to be able to login.

I've added like 10 different DNSes and are still not able to login. (Also temporarily accepted all third-party cookies without being able to login).
If I wanted to reduce my security and integrity I would have posted my password online (It is hunter2 :).

Also, do I really need to turn off "privacy.resistFingerprinting"? I've read on some forum that other people had troubles with that.

Anyone have any idea of how I could login to Atlassian?

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I have the same problem. I don't want to enable all third-party cookies. I enabled all the domains that Atlassian needed, but Jira still won't load. Could you please publish a list of needed cookies?

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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Jan 25, 2019

If you've temporarily accepted all third-party cookies and still can't log in, then it's not the cookies causing the problem (although to try to answer the question, I can log in fine as long as I accept cookies from *.atlassian.com and *.atlassian.net)

I've also got fingerprinting resisted and have no problem there either.

Could you describe the symptoms of "not able to log in"?  What are the error messages and what are you trying to log into?

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