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Description of the issue:
When I go into settings, sight settings, all sites and cookies, I find https://[%2A.]firebase app.com as an allowed site and cookie and it cannot be deleted. I checked my wife’s phone and it is not there. She has a Pixel ll and I have a pixel ll XL. I went and cleared all the storage and cache and it was still there. So I cleared all the storage and cache again and deleted Brave. I restarted the phone and downloaded Brave again. I disconnected from the internet and then went into the app info and turned everything off and cleared the storage and cache and then opened Brave while still disconnected and it was already there in the sites and cookies again and could not be deleted.
Also, the accounts for the Google website and the Google website are under all sites and cannot be deleted and the accounts for the Google website
is under allowed cookies and cannot be deleted.
I couldn’t put the web addresses because I’m a new user or it wouldn’t let me post.
How can this issue be reproduced?
- Go to settings
- Click on site settings
- Click on all sites or cookies
- https://[%2A.]firebase app.com is in both all sites and allowed cookies and cannot be deleted.
Is there any way that this can be deleted?
Is this something installed by Brave or is it some type of spyware/malware?
Brave Version( check
Brave 1.12.113, Chromium 8404147125
Mobile Device details
Android 10; Pixel 2 XL Build/QQ3A. 200805001
I’m going to try and delete some recent apps and uninstall and reinstall Brave and see if firebaseapp disappears. If this ends up being caused by an app, how can I report this? I really need to find out what is going on here so no sensitive information is compromised. Thank you for your time.