Thanks, but no joy therewith. I had seen the first issue regarding mobile previously and it was of no assistance.
The second article also doesn’t help in any way. I can use both the regular Brave Browser.app and even fresh instances of Brave via Coherence X and I can clear the caches, etc. but Google just refuses to accept login attempts for any of these on macOS. I tried on a Windows workstation and it DOES login, but not on my macOS workstation.
No, there are no extensions installed and this is neither a third party app nor site. It is reproducible with simply Google.com → Sign in (button).
New account creation might be possible, but Google will not allow me to use my phone number for any more accounts for generating a new account so I can’t actually test this all the way through, I can only say that I can get to this page:
If this is happening with a brand new browser profile I’m inclined to think that this is happening due to something, as @Aman_M suggested, to something like an anti-virus software or a VPN connection. Do you have either of these enabled/running at this time?
I’d also be interested to see whether or not you get the same results if you were to try logging into your account using another browser on your same mac work station?
Could this be a mac thing?
Im not using Brave at the moment while Im testing another browser but I do have the same version installed, I have no problem logging into my yt, gmail (multiples at once), etc, but one of my business associates who has a new mac and using brave couldnt log in to their email to get the link to our meeting this morning. Im on Kubuntu and the other tree are on Win 10,10 and 11.
Sorry I can’t solve this for you, but I’m having a very similar problem with Opera that started about a week ago. When I try to log in to any Google service (other than YouTube, which seems to be fine), it returns a 400 error that refers to a “malformed server” request, whatever that is.
I don’t know if this information helps, but perhaps it points to a Google bug of some kind. My “solution” was to just switch to Firefox.
@ylluminate I would also like to confirm whether or not the issue is resolved for you here? Curious because the latest version (v1.44.101) of Brave is running Chromium v106.5249.65 — so if that was the cause the issue should be fixed in Brave as well.
Thanks for the heads up @ylluminate. I just tried an update, but I’m still having the issue on Opera. I sent the Jira team a bug report, but I’m starting to get in the habit of backing up bookmarks & settings every week, and if I have a critical problem like this one, I just move to another browser.