Browser won't stay logged in to any web sites

Description of the issue:
Brave browser won’t keep me logged into web sites after I close it.
How can this issue be reproduced?
It happens every time after this latest update. So just open the browser and
go to one of the web sites that I want to stay logged into and you will see that it requires me to log in each time.
It has happened before with other updates to a lesser degree. This time it is
for every site. Surprisingly, there have been releases where it worked like it should.

Expected result:
Brave should keep me logged into a web site if I want .

Brave Version( check About Brave):
Version 1.42.97 Chromium: 104.0.5112.102 (Official Build) (64-bit)

Additional Information:
os is mxlinux 19.4 with AMD 64-bit cpu

Hi @Qiset thanks for taking the time to share the above.

By chance have you changed any of your Clearing Browsing Data settings in brave://settings?

No. I just open the browser and gone to various websites.


@SaltyBanana FYI, I also have been having similar issue, though it’s not on “all sites.” Websites where I keep getting signed out despite me having selected options to remain signed in:

  • even if I bookmark after signing in,
  • (Occasionally stays logged in, but was logged out when I checked just now)

I know there’s been others too, but I use those most. But Reddit, Brave Community, Gmail all seem to keep me logged in without me ever getting signed out.

Honestly most other sites I use don’t have accounts or are extra secure where there’s no option to remain signed in. So wouldn’t be able to give feedback on the rest.

New Tab - Brave 8_31_2022 1_49_31 PM

And, as can see, not like it’s chosen to delete when I close. Haven’t gone through and deleted cookies or any of that either.

I brought this up to Luke last night during the Community Call. Not quite sure what’s driving the behavior but it definitely is annoying.

I’m on Windows 10 Pro, using Version 1.42.97 on the device where this seems to be happening the most.

Thanks @Saoiray for sharing.

It is something that happens to myself as well that I have not pinpoint what exactly is the cause :thinking: . It might be the matter escalating this issue for further investigation.
Have you made a ticket to Github by chance?

No, I haven’t. I generally hesitate to make tickets, for fear I’ll submit to the wrong place or accidentally replicate an existing issue.

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I do believe this issue has been submitted before.
You can share the following information here @Saoiray

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