@leocg Before I used Chrome, but no passwords have been saved in there.
As said, the user id and password were last used way back in 2013 and I bought a new pc in 2015, i.e. I started off with a clean system.
I removed the 'web data' (see above) and tried a few times.
The below, that I got before, is now gone, i.e. no drop down with 'suggestions' anymore.
BTW: passwords (Settings->Advanced->Autofill) are controlled by Roboform, but Roboform usually shows a pop-up with an option to either only Fill or Fill & Submit.
That wasn't the case here.
Anyway, whilst the puzzle as such isn't solved, the problem is...
Well, a question was asked, a question got answered, the answer was not sufficient to the OP's question.
I simply informed the OP and Moderator of the process which had already been established though apparently not too well known about. I hope that gives you some understanding.
Although I was rather snarky in my first posting, which I regret.
Simple answer bad day dealing with "Millennials," the "Millennial Mindset Disease, " and the "Millennial Old Farts," that have been affected by the Mindset Disease.
Amazon AWS is Amazon's "cloud" service, as such it could have anything on it. Some legitimate websites use AWS. You'd have to tell us when and how you're seeing it for us to even guess whether it should be there.
@WarpD said in Got Opera VPN now want to get Netflix USA:
Necro post, but someone may find this helpful.
Opera uses a proxy rather than a traditional VPN tunnel.
I have Opera VPN and Netflix working fine, and if not for Opera's VPN i wouldn't be able to watch Netflix at all. (My ISP actively blocks Netflix)
I do have the 'WebRTC Leak Prevent' extension installed which may be a factor contributing to my success.
Hi there. I haven't known that. It is really useful information. Thanks
@tobymitchell said in Opera VPN = HTTPS proxy setup.:
So the opera browser VPN is actually a HTTPS proxy and not a real VPN, but for performance purposes - it seems to work really well.
unfortunately my ISP blocks the domains opera uses to connect to this https proxy and I wanted to know how I can setup a HTTPS proxy of my own and use with browser like Opera or firefox.
does someone have experience with this? i dont need encryption, just high performance.
This question is not really relevant to a browser Forum, but better asked on a computer Forum.
I suggest you post it on - https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/