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    eBay problem with Safari


    Until this week I have never had a problem accessing my ebay account. I can log in but, when I try to go to sections (buying, selling, messages) I am taken back to sign in.

    Has anybody else experienced this problem? If it can't be resolved the only solution seems to be to use Google Chrome.

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    iMac late 2012 21.5 i5 10:14. iMac 2010 27"QuadI7 OS10.13, MBPLate2011, iPad Pro10.5", iPhone7
    I use Safari all the time for Ebay but have not tried doing much of late with Ebay. I will check here and get back to you.

    What version of Mac OS are you running? Is Safari up to date?

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    iMac late 2012 21.5 i5 10:14. iMac 2010 27"QuadI7 OS10.13, MBPLate2011, iPad Pro10.5", iPhone7
    Update. I just checked on my 2010 iMac with High Sierra and latest Safari and even bought a case for my new iPhone and only the initial logon required a password. Nothing after that.

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    It sounds like a setting issue somewhere?

    Also, you’re going to need to provide more information about your Mac, and other security apps that may be affecting this? Anti-virus? Malware? Ad Blockers? Content Blockers? VPN?


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    I don't use ebay much but I also get this quirk to sometimes have to sign in again even though I was already signed in.

    I just figured it was another ebay software glitch.

    Running ElCap and Firefox

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    Mac OS 10.14.3; Safari 12.0.3

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    I have Mac OS 10.14.3; Safari 12.0.3; no anti-virus. How do I check for malware, ad blockers (I don't think so), VPN? Why can I access eBay options on my iPhone with the app and using Googlechrome on my iMac but not with Safari?

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