As per GDPR, users do not need to give consent for your application to use session cookies. This is because they fall under essential cookies and not tracking cookies:
"While it is not required to obtain consent for these cookies, what they do and why they are necessary should be explained to the user."
sAccessToken: This is the session's access token which is used in each API call to verify that the user was authenticated and to get their user ID.
sRefreshToken: This is the session's refresh token which is used to get a new access (and refresh token) when the existing access token expires.
sIdRefreshToken: Used to detect if a session is alive.
sFrontToken: Used to access a session's JWT payload and user ID on the frontend without exposing the
sAntiCsrf: Used to prevent CSRF attacks.
sIRTFrontend: Used by the frontend to know if a session exists, and when the refresh token has changed, without actually being able to read the value of