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Anyone else having this issue? With a VPN and Brave with Shields up banning cross site tracking, you can "log in", but it never registers your login. To post this, I had to shut off my VPN and log on with Microsoft Edge with no privacy tools enabled. If so, that's not good for Opsec in the least.
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yeah whoever is running this site is mining some serious data.
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Do you really think that the NSA facility in Utah isn't tracking you and everyone else on line. I'm not worried about what I write, I'm concerned with what they can make up and say it was me.

So the quid pro quo is we spy on everyone but US and the British spy on everyone but them, and by NWO magic the data gets where it needs to go.

Unless you wrote the software and made the chips you are using, they have a back door in.

All the necessary 'paperwork' will be on file after our execution.
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Anyone else having this issue? With a VPN and Brave with Shields up banning cross site tracking, you can "log in", but it never registers your login. To post this, I had to shut off my VPN and log on with Microsoft Edge with no privacy tools enabled. If so, that's not good for Opsec in the least.
Who do you think runs the VPN's?
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Depends on the VPN.
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Anyone else having this issue? With a VPN and Brave with Shields up banning cross site tracking, you can "log in", but it never registers your login. To post this, I had to shut off my VPN and log on with Microsoft Edge with no privacy tools enabled. If so, that's not good for Opsec in the least.
I'd guess by blocking "cross site tracking" you're blocking temporary files (like cookies) which are used for recording your login from page-to-page, visit to visit.

I regularly use a VPN when visiting several sites (including this one, at this moment) and haven't had any issues. I run my browser incognito/private mode, ad blockers enabled.
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NORD works fine.
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I tried doing what you described and got the same results (PIA for my VPN). However, if I try it in a private window it works fine.

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was able to login with torbrowser
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Running Firefox here with several different extensions to block cookies, ad blockers, trackers, stop javascript, etc. No issues logging in.
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Not sure what is meant by "Register your login", but with security turned on, you will have to ALLOW a site to be trusted, to some extent, if you want the browser to "REMEMBER" anything.. With full security, nothing REMEMBERED is safe. Its just a trade off, and every piece of software does it a little differently. If you PAY for it, their tech service will help. If not, you are trusting your data to someone that really has no dog in the fight.
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torbrowser eliminates annoying ass ads too
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My understanding is that Private mode does nothing with regards to privacy. All it does is delete the cookies when you close the specific private window you are on. Your data still gets mined.
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My understanding is that Private mode does nothing with regards to privacy. All it does is delete the cookies when you close the specific private window you are on. Your data still gets mined.
Set your browser to not accept cookies and use extensions such as Privacy Badger. Yeah, you will get pop-ups from certain websites about "tailoring the experience for your browser" so please allow cookies. I no longer allow those of visit those websites. Sun News in the UK is famous for that.
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Set your browser to not accept cookies and use extensions such as Privacy Badger. Yeah, you will get pop-ups from certain websites about "tailoring the experience for your browser" so please allow cookies. I no longer allow those of visit those websites. Sun News in the UK is famous for that.
Get an add on that turns off java script and those pop ups disappear.
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Get an add on that turns off java script and those pop ups disappear.
Done that too.
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"If so, that's not good for Opsec in the least."


Neither is posting anything on a public website like this one and thinking somehow you have 'opsec'.
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I'd guess by blocking "cross site tracking" you're blocking temporary files (like cookies) which are used for recording your login from page-to-page, visit to visit.

I regularly use a VPN when visiting several sites (including this one, at this moment) and haven't had any issues. I run my browser incognito/private mode, ad blockers enabled.
Nope, my Prevent cross site tracking is turned on and I have no issues..
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Today, I couldn't access the web at all with TOR (I think the ISP is censoring and doesn't want to allow use of this browser). Had to use one of the add-ons in TOR, but then the site kept logging me off. And it kept wanting me to accept cookies. And a window flashed up that looked like a chat window, but it went away right away.

So now, I've had to use an unsecure browser just to stay logged in

WTF?
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Just wanted to add that I to am not able to use Tor with this website consistently.

Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't.

I'm not sure if the reason behind this is due to where the Tor node is geographically located.
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