I have no access to this website https://www.archdaily.pe/pe. It´s says there is a ERR_CONNECTION_CLOSED.
There's no problems with others browsers like Google Chrome, so I tried to enable all extensions but didn´t work. Help please.
Vivaldi: Versión 80.0.3987.158 (Compilación oficial) (32 bits)
@Fer__ I can connect OK. Try again, it might have been a temporary server problem.
Otherwise, try deleting cookies for that site in Settings, Privacy.
A few days ago after I installed the Steelseries GG software https://steelseries.com/gg .
I do not know if it was related but imediately after I noticed that the only browser that did not show ERR_CONNECTION_CLOSED on almost all link was Vivaldi... EDGE, Chrome, Opera & Firefox are all just showing ERR_CONNECTION_CLOSED.
The only link that seems to work across all browsers are https://jysk.se/ .
So whatever antivirus, firewall or other filter that is causing this is not affecting my Vivaldi browser.
I am happy that Vivaldi work, or I would not have any working browser.
But how is Vivaldi different from all the other browsers? Why does Vivaldi still work?
Do Vivaldi bypass the Windows network settings or is the trafic to and from the Vivaldi not picked up and by the antivirus, malware, privacy software or what?
Something is different! But what?
I would be most grateful for a suggestion to why Vivaldi is not affected.
I noticed that the only browser that did not show ERR_CONNECTION_CLOSED on almost all link was Vivaldi... EDGE, Chrome, Opera & Firefox are all just showing ERR_CONNECTION_CLOSED
So I just tried to uninstall the Windows Adguard software. That restored EDGE, Chrome & Firefox functionality. So those 3 browser have some sort of detection of the network trafic that can pickup on the Adguard scanning/filtering of the trafic. And apperently EDGE, Chrome & Firefox protect you from having your password and likewise stolen... Only a freshly installed Firefox showed me info other than ERR_CONNECTION_CLOSED. Firefox actually explained that Firefox had detected some potential risk for having the trafic stolen. Which with a bit of digging showed me Adguard as issuer of the Certificate from jysk.se in Firefox. ..
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You should be able to add the certificate, though then you're losing the browser's security and replacing it with Adguard's. Or there should be a setting in Adguard to turn it off for secure sites. Not that I would trade the browser's security for theirs.
Shitty so-called "security" and "privacy" software is the cause of a lot of issues with browsers. Often it's the other way around, Vivaldi is blocked because the software won't recognise it and so won't allow it on the network. In this case it's kind of ironic though
@gwen-dragon Good point, I guess the question is if it is a black box device only process, that does not allow for the data filtering process to be monitored... But I have issues with how the browsers deal with this senario, since Vivaldi does not seems to bother at all, and all the other browsers are affected, but to various degree. So an obviously needed stong industri standard for this type of content filtering seems faulty or missing all together...