I use Unifi Protect for my security cameras and the website that I view them remotely on is protect.ui.com. I not only have my Unifi Protect account, but I also have to login to my customer’s Unifi Protect accounts from time to time to configure or view their security cameras. Until recently I did not have a problem with Brave logging out of one account and logging back into another. However, now, when I log out and click the Ubiquiti login button on the protect.ui.com login page, it logs me into my account automatically and doesn’t give me the opportunity to choose who I want to login as. I have also turned off the auto sign in option in Brave, but this does not correct the problem. I have viewed my saved passwords and protect.ui.com is NOT a site that is actually saved in Brave. I have cleared temp files, cache and cookies and nothing works.
Finally, I exported all bookmarks, uninstalled Brave, reinstalled and imported bookmarks back in. After doing that, I could click the Ubiquiti login button and had a choice to input the account I wanted to login to. I input my account credentials and logged in. When I did this, Brave prompted to save the password, but the prompt quickly disappeared without my interaction and logged in. Now it’s back to the same behavior. I can log out, but when I click the Ubiquiti login button, it automatically logs me in to my account without a choice of which account to login to. This is a pretty serious security issue and I need to try to find a resolution so I don’t have to stop using Brave. Please advise.
Steps to reproduce the issue: It happens every time I click the login button.
Actual Result (gifs and screenshots are welcome!): Auto logs me into my account with no ability to input other credentials.
Expected result: I should be able to choose the account that I am logging into.
Reproduces how often: Every time.
Operating System and Brave Version(See the
About Brave page in the main menu):
Windows 10 Pro, 64 1909
Brave Version: Version 1.3.118 Chromium: 80.0.3987.116 (Official Build) (64-bit)
Additional Information: This is not happening with other browsers.