well, the thing is Brave currently doesn’t support
trusted-set-cookie that can be used to set the cookie that its being set by the whole timer crap. you could open devtools in
desbloquea.me or whatever they use next (even if it throws an error) and go to console and just do a
document.cookie= "PeMKgw9e%U1=Wn275;Max-Age=2592000" and done, it will extend the cookie for 7 days, Brave has a restrictions of cookies made by JS to make them available only for 7 days.
You could do the same, with some HTTPS header modifier and set a cookie on the response header, with just the line
PeMKgw9e%U1=Wn275;Max-Age=15778800;path=/; and probably do it just on the main document or frame so it doesn’t get set for other elements.
But that would do it for 6 months
Of course if they change domains, it will make it not worth it to do it every 6 months. but just so you know.
But the thing is when Brave supports the trusted-set-cookies you can do a
desbloquea.me##+js(trusted-set-cookie, PeMKgw9e%U1, Wn275) and done, it will set it every time you go to that page, which means no more doing the countdown to download movies, and then you only need to change the domain if anything.
Also, it seems the
PeMKgw9e%U1 is hardcoded in the API in the scripts, so at least that one will not change, but it seems the other one also works, since I used it in Tor and worked fine, so it is not attached to the computer and all that, you probably check devtools and should be the same.
So yeah, for now using Devtools would at least allow you to do it every 7 days, and not everyday, everytime you see the green Ir al Enlace button, you have to just open devtools, probably use the up arrow to bring console history items or whatever, then it will be set, close, click the link in the enlaces públicos and done, it should be green again.
I mean you can see in the Expires on the cookie, how it is a 24h thing, so giving 7 days will just extend it unless they change domains.