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Password Issues - Reset Required Every Login

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Ori

Could anyone look into this when there's time? I've been having a strange issue lately-- whenever I try to log into the SFO site, I'm asked for the password, and no matter if it's right, it always says it's incorrect. The only way I found to mitigate the issue was to reset the password but as soon as I log back out, the new password doesn't work.

It's been going on for a few days now, and checking the remember login box doesn't help.

I appreciate any help.

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DZComposer

Clear your cookies

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Ori

Done, but still didn't quite work... I'm not sure what's wrong here, maybe I messed something up.

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DZComposer

Try a different browser and see if it still happens. If not, then there is something wrong with your browser, either corrupt cookies or corrupted saved passwords.

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Ori

Okay, this is what happened.

I did clear cookies and saved passwords and saved form info, and reset the browser, but looks like it didn't do much help.

Then I tried logging in with my account's name instead and it works.

I don't know what's wrong but it says whatever password I type with my email as login is wrong, while it works normally with the display name.

Eh. That was weird.

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DZComposer

Yeah, it's been set that way since the IPB4 upgrade

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