Important information for partners and customers that are using Nexus GO
In Safari, on the latest version of iOS (13.4.1), Apple released an update regarding privacy. The browser will now block all third-party cookies, independent from the SameSite configuration. More information about this change can be found in news articles on the web, for example here: The Verge.
Due to this change, authentication with Nexus GO can not be used within an iFrame anymore. A workaround for this is to use a different browser than Safari on the latest version of iOS. But as stated in our latest information about the SameSite directive change (SameSite cookie directive change) more and more browser vendors are going in the same direction. Instead of using iFrames, Nexus recommends to redirect to Nexus GO for authentication. You will find further information on how to setup a redirect in Nexus GO here: Nexus GO authentication setup.
For questions on any technical problems you may run into or implications of the actions required, contact email@example.com.
Nexus GO Authentication is now available as an authentication method in Smart ID Digital Access component. This means that customers who already have Hybrid Access Gateway can use Nexus GO Authentication with Swedish Bank ID as authentication method and let users benefit from single sign-on or federation and log in once to access multiple resources.