I must’ve clicked the wrong answer the first time I logged in to my WiFi rooter from Brave browser, because Brave didn’t save the password and now I can’t figure how to convince it it needs to. And I’m getting tired of having to manually log in all the time. It’s remembered passwords from plenty of other websites I use, just not the web interface on my rooter.
The browser is Brave 0.20.30 / V8 6.4.388.40 / rev 8b78402 / Muon 4.7.9 / OS Release 4.13.0-36-generic / Update Channel Release / OS Architecture x64 / OS Platform Linux / Node.js 7.9.0 / Brave Sync v1.4.2 / libchromiumcontent 64.0.3282.119, using the default theme and color scheme. All shields are off for this IP address.
The OS is 64-bit Linux Mint v18.3, 4.13.0-36-generic kernel.
The rooter is an Asus RT-AC68P running v374.43_27E5j9527 firmware, Merlin LTS fork.
I’m connected to the rooter by four feet of beige CAT 6 RJ45.
How can I persuade the Brave browser is needs to remember this log-in?
I know the log-in won’t be in a cookie but I thought the setting never to remember the login might be. Except I can’t test that theory by deleting the rooter’s cookie because I can’t find where the cookies are stored, and there is no setting in the GUI to delete the cookies for just one site.