This challenge page was accidentally cached by an intermediary and is no longer available

i switch my browser chrome to brave but i starting facing this issue in some website

i try all steps given below but still facing this problem

If you received a “This challenge page was accidentally cached by an intermediary and is no longer available” message in the Brave browser, it typically means that there was an issue with loading a webpage due to caching problems. This message suggests that the browser or a proxy server cached an error page instead of the actual content you were trying to access. Here are some steps you can take to resolve this issue:

  1. Clear Browser Cache:

    • Open the Brave browser.
    • Click on the three vertical dots in the upper-right corner to open the menu.
    • Go to “History” and then click on “Clear browsing data.”
    • In the window that appears, make sure “Cached images and files” is selected.
    • You can also select other items to clear if needed.
    • Click “Clear data.”
  2. Reload the Page:

    • After clearing the cache, try to reload the page by pressing F5 or clicking the refresh icon in the address bar.
  3. Try Incognito/Private Mode:

    • Sometimes, browsing in an incognito or private browsing window can help bypass caching issues. Open a new incognito/private window and try accessing the page again.
  4. Check Your Internet Connection:

    • Ensure that your internet connection is stable and working correctly. Sometimes, connectivity issues can lead to caching problems.
  5. Check for Browser Updates:

    • Ensure that your Brave browser is up to date. Outdated software can sometimes lead to unexpected errors.
  6. Disable Extensions:

    • Browser extensions or add-ons might interfere with page loading. Try disabling extensions one by one to see if any of them are causing the issue.
  7. Contact the Website Administrator:

    • If the issue persists and is specific to a particular website, you might want to contact the website administrator to report the problem.
  8. Use Another Browser:

    • If all else fails, you can try accessing the page in a different browser to see if the issue is browser-specific.
  9. VPN or Proxy Issues:

    • If you’re using a VPN or a proxy server, they may be causing the caching problem. Try disabling them temporarily and see if that resolves the issue.
  10. Wait and Try Later:

    • Sometimes, these issues are temporary and may be resolved on their own. You can try accessing the page again after some time.

If none of the above steps resolve the issue, it’s possible that the problem is on the website’s end, and there’s little you can do personally to fix it. In such cases, you may need to wait for the website administrators to address the problem.

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