i’m running comodo rragon 67.0.3396.99 (64-bit), win 10 pro 64 bit 17134.137. since comodo updated this morning when I go to log into twitter all i get is a page with this at the top “if you’re not redirected soon, please use this link.”. just prior to Comodo updating i was in twitter without any issues. i even downloaded a fresh installer, use revo uninstaller to to remove every trace of comodo and reinstalled it, and the exact same thing happens. so far it only seems to be twitter that is affected.
on a side not i had my roommate check twitter on his system in comodo and he’s having the same issue, so this tell me something is wrong with the latest comodo release. please check into this, thanks
i’m using cloudflare dns, just changed back to the default then flushed the dns cache and got the same thing. as for cleaning the browser i have the close & clean extension, and i have ccleaner set to monitor and clean everything once the browser is closed. i’ve also tried in cognito mode. in chrome and firefox i can get to my twitter page without any issue. now the only difference between chrome and comodo are a couple of extensioms, i’ve listed below so you can see for yourself. im out of ideas myself.
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No problem. The only difference it seems between your Dragon setup and mine are the extensions . . . I only have the defaults from Comodo as it isn’t my main browser. It’s a pain, but I would try stripping out everything bar the defaults and try again
Do you have “Do not allow websites to know where you came from (suppress HTTP Referrer header)” enabled or disabled? May be the default changed.
The Comodo Forums are in general a friendly place. Please realise this is an end user support forum and users may not always know the correct answer to your problem.
I edited your topic start adding capitals and a basic paragraph structure where appropriate for an easier read. It’s a bit impolite to not provide proper punctuation. Your style of writing feels like being forced to read in one breath; like a rant rather than a polite observation. This way of writing may brush off people. :-\
i’m sure it’s not any of the extensions cause in incognito all of them are automatically disabled and the default browser settings are use and i’m still having the issue. i am 100% certain it is something in 67 versus 66. now to be fair it’s probably a tiny piece of code or a changed setting from 66 to 67 that is probably not playing nice with one of the extensions.
i think since the weekend is upon us tomorrow i’ll completely remove comodo again(including all traces), install a fresh copy, and then one by one add my extensions and their settings back testing twitter after each one. after i find the one comodo 67 doesn’t like i’ll post it here so maybe someone can maybe see why it’s an issue all of a sudden.
2635599 can you try what EricJH suggested (disable suppress HTTP Referrer header from chrome://settings/?search=http+referer+header) please? So far this was the only way I was able to replicate the issue on around 40 test machines. The issue it’s not caused by an extension.
dud oops i meant dude again there was nothing wrong with my op PERIOD. you chose to be a punk. now as EVERYONE else can see this was resolved and i VERY gracefully thanked EVERYONE for their help and input. you have no business being a moderator.
fyi when i changed my op back to what i had posted i notice you did not change any punctuation at all, and your comment about adding capitalization was bull cause you missed over half of what would normally be capitalized and capitalized things that should not been capitalized.