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I think I remember this scenario from somewhere.
have you changed your cookie blocking settings recently?
once i've changed that setting to block all cookies, I wasn't
unable to login to websites just like you. and I changed that
setting to block Cross site cookies only and it solved.
go to menu/settings/shields, you'll see 2 options there that you
can change as combo box.
first one is block finger print, and the second one is block
cookies. change it to block Cross site only and try again.
if this doesn't solve your issue, go to the aforementioned
website, and click on report a broken website from the Brave menu
and add there as much details as you can and send your report to
developers. they may solve your issue with an upcoming update.
29.07.2022 22:10 tarihinde Brian Vogel
What follows is not meant to discourage you in any way, but I do
think it's important to know.
Brave applies some pretty stringent security and blocking
algorithms behind the scenes. In the vast majority of cases this
is a huge advantage and the end user has no issue with various
websites and using them. However, I have observed that certain,
and I do mean certain, banking websites and credit card websites
do not "play well" with Brave and the usual indication of this is
you end up in a "login loop" as I call it where you just can't
seem to log in to the site and it keeps asking for your username
If/when you encounter such using Brave, the only solution I've
ever found is using a different web browser for those specific
sites. My partner's bank, which is a local bank, has a website
that simply will not work under Brave.
Knowing this in advance can save a lot of frustration and if/when
it happens you'll know that you need to use a different browser
rather than bashing your head against the wall trying to figure
out what's wrong. Nothing's wrong that you did and nothing's
wrong that you can fix.
Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version
21H2, Build 19044
in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance
and conscientious stupidity.
~ Martin Luther King, Jr.