@Catweazle yeah i created those, i do have a paid proton though. Additionally a mailfence.
My #1 issue with breaking off atm is figuring out how/what to compartmentalize where.. especially considering what hosts have what features, like V not having tfa and the fact that i have paid proton. Not to mention using a service like AnonAddy, which I'm considering paying for (only $1/mo) and working that into the plan somehow.
I'm pretty lost, lol
I just wanted to +1 on this thread. I ran into the same issue (Bad Request - Header Field Too Long) and the same fix (clearing the cookies) straightened it out for me too. Ironically I did not have the same issue in Chrome.
Vivaldi 3.5.2115.81 (Stable channel) (64-bit)
OS Windows 10 OS Version 1703 (Build 15063.2108)
Anyway, thanks for the (indirect) assistance!
@jmto said in Vivaldi does not prompt for certificate authentication (PIV card):
Looking at the OS side the "Manage User Certificates" will show them. So know I understand, Firefox isn't capable for some reason using OS certificates, it needs to be told/load that provider so that it can get the certificate, but then as Chrome supports, why does not Vivaldi.
interesting, i'll have to try what you did next time i'm in vivaldi on macos for work.
that said, with firefox, there is a flag in about:config you need set. Set security.osclientcerts.autoload to true, and firefox should properly talk to the cert store and load the certs (at least that is what seemed to fix cert errors for me wrt firefox). why that isnt on by default, i have no idea...
@tjharring said in Issue logging into a website:
I deleted the original visual bookmark and created a new one. It works as it should.
Oh, so easy to solve the issue. You can be happy.
Have a nice day.
Sorry for the trouble.
No problem. We Vivaldi volunteers are here to help.
I will tag the thread as Resolved and add some other tags.
This needs to happen. Soon. I am questioning the chance I am taking having any of my passwords sync'ed with no 2FA. I won't use Vivaldi for banking or my primary email due to this.
I Love this browser, however one breech and all the greatness is null and void - all the enjoyment of this otherwise better browser is wiped out with an order of magnitude more anguish.
I would contribute my coding abilities, except the only current language that I keep any proficiency is PHP - probably not very helpful...
Is there any other way I can help? I could track down and evaluate code libraries, although I doubt that would help much.
I could beta test and test and test. I'm the "better idiot" that proves nothing in completely "idiot proof"!
Other than existing security issues that come to light, I cannot see how anything else could be a higher priority.
Fix is to switch to 2.2.9 as written in Ubuntu 18 LTS, may work in Mint.
And i missed in reading that 2.2.8 works, too.
@gwen-dragon said in HTTP Auth login credentials aren't saved anymore:
I checked that site and with one unrelated exception, I have no urls in the "never saved" list. Additionally, I can't find any reference of saved passwords to the site I want the credentials to be saved for.
The http auth for the site in question uses https, so that shouldnt be an issue either.
Anything else I could check out?