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portability and "sensitive" files
#31
(06-17-2019, 08:50 PM)patrickdrd Wrote: I've sent you two in pm

as for this, I understand that many sites are so poorly/badly writen that,
even though you have set them to remember your login,
they forget it each time 

I'm testing
Code:
network.cookie.lifetime
relevent settings in firefox,
let's see if they work,
they promise to setup a cookie to expire in days defined by a user
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#32
(06-18-2019, 01:19 PM)patrickdrd Wrote: as for this, I understand that many sites are so poorly/badly writen that,
even though you have set them to remember your login,
they forget it each time 

I'm testing
Code:
network.cookie.lifetime
relevent settings in firefox,
let's see if they work,
they promise to setup a cookie to expire in days defined by a user

Maybe their Cookies were expired.
You want all Cookies be persistent?
This may have huge security risk.
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#33
maybe I found out what's happening at work and I've been synced out of sync,
my computer receives policies every hour or so and
I saw these entries in my event viewer / security

Code:
Permissions on an object were changed.

Subject:
    Security ID:        
    Account Name:        
    Account Domain:
    Logon ID:        

Object:
    Object Server:    Security
    Object Type:    Token
    Object Name:    -
    Handle ID:    

Process:
    Process ID:    
    Process Name:    D:\Utilities\PortableApps\CentBrowserPortable\chrome.exe

Permissions Change:
    Original Security Descriptor:    
    New Security Descriptor:

so, the "security descriptor" changes (is different each time) and
because chrome sync is tied to a whole bunch of data of a pc,
it recognized that something has changed, so it requires that I sign in again
(otherwise I could be a.. hacker? for Christ's sake google!)
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#34
(06-25-2019, 08:15 AM)patrickdrd Wrote: maybe I found out what's happening at work and I've been synced out of sync,
my computer receives policies every hour or so and
I saw these entries in my event viewer / security

Code:
Permissions on an object were changed.

Subject:
    Security ID:        
    Account Name:        
    Account Domain:
    Logon ID:        

Object:
    Object Server:    Security
    Object Type:    Token
    Object Name:    -
    Handle ID:    

Process:
    Process ID:    
    Process Name:    D:\Utilities\PortableApps\CentBrowserPortable\chrome.exe

Permissions Change:
    Original Security Descriptor:    
    New Security Descriptor:

so, the "security descriptor" changes (is different each time) and
because chrome sync is tied to a whole bunch of data of a pc,
it recognized that something has changed, so it requires that I sign in again
(otherwise I could be a.. hacker? for Christ's sake google!)

Is your computer in a domain and controlled by domain controller?
Have you checked chrome://policy and your anti-virus?
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#35
yes, what does this mean?

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#36
(Yesterday, 07:16 AM)patrickdrd Wrote: yes, what does this mean?

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This is forcefully loaded extension, check https://www.chromium.org/administrators/...lForcelist
Not sure it was related to Cookies.
But you may try resetting policies by executing this .bat file with administrator privilege.

.zip   reset_policies.zip (Size: 547 bytes / Downloads: 2)
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#37
yes, I found out, it is symantec extension that is forcefully installed,
even if I reset the policies, they are forced by the domain/administrators,
so I won't achieve much,
it could be related not so much to cookies but to syncing,
because I've been getting "sync paused" messages often
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