Twitter being weird on Vivaldi
Why is it that Twitter seems wary of Vivaldi? I mean, when I use Vivaldi to login to Twitter, it tends to say that they've seen suspicious activities on my account. In previous times, Twitter's only locked me out and asked me to sign back in or prove that I'm "not a robot" but, this time, it has outright asked me to change my password for security reasons. This never happens in other browsers nor on my Android.
Never got this with 1.12 Stable, 1.13 Snapshot and 1.13.xxxx Internal on Twitter.
@gwen-dragon So, you're saying you got it in a previous version...?
I'm using 1.12.955.48 (Stable channel), by the way.
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Same like @Gwen-Dragon, I don't have problem login to twitter from anywhere or any versions of Vivaldi. As a matter a fact, I never knew twitter has captcha/we're not robot mechanism or any safe guards.
Even when I use tor or ssh tunneling to visit twitter, I never met any issues.
@dleon I've only ever encountered them on Vivaldi. Never met them in any other browser or app.
So, you're saying you got it in a previous version...?
Seems you misunderstood my bad english.
No, i never had this on Twitter.
Perhaps there were some strange login attacks from hackers with a shared IP (used by you now) and faked browser agent id to your twitter account.
@gwen-dragon That is possible. So, I'm going to have to look through other things outside of just Vivaldi.