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Having to login several time just lately, including this morning, even though the ‘keep me logged in’ box is checked.

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Could be a browser problem

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Mine doesn't work using Edge, IExx nor Firefox ... just saying
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I have no problems with Firefox on my desktop, laptop or smartphone.

Nothing has changed on the board that would cause this problem.

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david63 wrote: 04 Sep 2021, 08:16 Could be a browser problem

Using Chrome on iPad (new 4th generation)
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I don't seem to have a problem with chrome.
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I've had it a few times. I reckon David has quietly set up a troublemaker filter...

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Might happen if you clear cookies, caches etc. or run utilities like ccleaner

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I don't do any of those now that Cookie Management is more up front but it may be possible that Uncle Norton tidies up when I'm not looking.
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Mervyn and Trish wrote: 04 Sep 2021, 11:32 I've had it a few times. I reckon David has quietly set up a troublemaker filter...

:lol:

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Kendhni wrote: 04 Sep 2021, 11:45 Might happen if you clear cookies, caches etc. or run utilities like ccleaner

I only have the occasional cookie and Mrs S does most of the cleaning.

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Manoverboard wrote: 04 Sep 2021, 12:46 I don't do any of those now that Cookie Management is more up front but it may be possible that Uncle Norton tidies up when I'm not looking.
Maybe you should follow Ken's and my lead, and rely on Microsoft defender.
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towny44 wrote: 04 Sep 2021, 14:44
Manoverboard wrote: 04 Sep 2021, 12:46 I don't do any of those now that Cookie Management is more up front but it may be possible that Uncle Norton tidies up when I'm not looking.
Maybe you should follow Ken's and my lead, and rely on Microsoft defender.
I would if the reason wasn't ' financial ' ;) .

Norton features a ' safe site ' facility and this I like and trust.
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