Why does CNAME Cloaking enable cross domain tracking?

Recently, as browsers start blocking 3rd party cookies, a risky technique known as CNAME Cloaking emerged. It is said that this technique enables trackers, especially those in the online advertising industry, to continue to track users across domains and across the web.

From https://medium.com/nextdns/cname-cloaking-the-dangerous-disguise-of-third-party-trackers-195205dc522a:

Let’s assume you visited website1.com that includes a third-party tracker from Tracking Company, then website2.com that also includes that tracker. Tracking Company would know that you visited both sites…

As I understand, in CNAME Cloaking, the browser doesn’t know a given external resource (such as image, iframe, or JS) is an alias to a 3rd party site. So if a user is on website1.com, the browser will still store and send first-party cookies to img1.website.com, which is an alias to trackingcompany.com.

My question is on how CNAME Cloaking establishes linkage for the same user across domains. As a specific example, say website1.com stores/sends its first-party cookie containing w1_id to Tracking Company, while website2.com sends/stores w2_id. How does Tracking Company link w1_id and w2_id it gets?

Enable comments for custom template page

We use careerfy theme WordPress which is a system for a job board.

I would like to enable comments for each job post page, these pages are not listed on the WordPress admin panel, I can access it via child theme only, in this path: (wp-content/themes/careerfy-child-theme/wp-jobsearch/detail-pages/job/view3-job.php)

I have tried to add a shortcode but it seems not working.

How to enable anti-aliasing when camera zoom in libgdx

I develop a game where I draw some textures on the screen and want to zoom in and out the scene. I am using OrthographicCamera and when I zoom in, the textures become very pixelated. Is it possible to enable anti-aliasing or is there another way to get zoomed textures without crisp edges?

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My code is the following

public class DesktopLauncher {     public static void main (String[] arg) {         LwjglApplicationConfiguration config = new LwjglApplicationConfiguration();         config.title = "Anti-aliasing";         config.width = 600;         config.height = 480;         new LwjglApplication(new MyGdxGame(), config);     } }  class MyGdxGame extends ApplicationAdapter {     SpriteBatch batch;     Texture img;     OrthographicCamera camera;          @Override     public void create () {         batch = new SpriteBatch();         img = new Texture("badlogic.jpg");         camera = new OrthographicCamera(Gdx.graphics.getWidth(), Gdx.graphics.getHeight());         camera.setToOrtho(false);          camera.zoom = 0.1f; // this makes it all to look pixelated     }      @Override     public void render () {         ScreenUtils.clear(0.1f, 0.2f, 0.3f, 0.1f);         camera.update();         batch.setProjectionMatrix(camera.combined);         batch.begin();         batch.draw(img, 100, 100);         batch.end();     }          @Override     public void dispose () {         batch.dispose();         img.dispose();     } } 

Application Password is not enable by default?

So I have this site running under ssl (on siteground).

The site is new, the instalation has no more than 2 weeks.

I have a working desktop app to connect to my sites, using jwt tokens, but the plugins for this token are old and has not being tested with newer WP versions. So to keep everything up to date, I want to change to this kind of auth.

But when I try my site, using get over the rest-api, I don´t get the authentication key according to this.

So I think that app passwords are not enable by default.

If that is the case, according to that page, I have to add:

add_filter( 'wp_is_application_passwords_available', '__return_true' ); 

somewhere, but I don´t know where to add it.

Or is this something else I have to be cheking?

Enable all profiles for Google Analytics API

I am wondering if what I am attempting is plausible. We have 7 Google accounts, each with their maximum of 100 domains (profiles) attached for Analytics. Now I can go into the Analytics console and enable the Analytics API user (email) on each and every one (profile). But that seems time intensive and feel there’s got to be a better way!

Is there a way to add an the API authorized user to EVERY profile on the account? IE enter image description here

It’s going to be PAINFUL to add that authorized user to EVERY profile manually!

Enable Auto-updates for all plugins using wp-cli? (since wordpress 5.5)

Since WP 5.5 just released and now you can set plugins to auto-update, can this be done via wp-cli? Looking at the documentation, I don’t see a sub-command for it: https://developer.wordpress.org/cli/commands/plugin/

I manage a lot of WordPress sites, most of which are OK to auto-update and would save me a lot of time if they did, as well as reducing security risks.

I’d like to enable auto-updates for plugins across over many wordpress sites. Any solutions?